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New Yorker July 9, 1949
My God, We're Out Of Gin
There's More Inside
Am I The Smart One And You're The Pretty One Or
New Yorker July 11th, 1988
Well, Back To The Old Drawing Board
Not Bad, Fellas. Let's Do One More Take
The 1040 f.i. Form
We Structured The Deal So It Won't Make Any Sense
Bruce Eric Kaplan
And Would You Be Performing The Actual Surgery?
New Yorker August 28th, 1943
Way Too General Practitioner
Yoo-hoo. Time To Climb The Stairway To Paradise
The Planet Is All Wobbly This Morning
Good God! He's Giving The White-collar Voters'
New Yorker June 22nd, 1998
The Magazine For Women
I Have No Idea Where We Parked The Car
New Yorker August 13th, 1955
There's Lots Of Things In My Life I Absolutely
I Said, 'get Off'!
No, I Found My Ball. I'm Looking For The Golf
Think Beautiful Thoughts
I Do Ballet
As Christmas Loomed Ever Nearer
I Am A Bird Of Paradise
Are You As Dumb As A Post?
What's A Debenture?
The Langmore Regional High School Inner Debate
My Plans For The Day Are Uncertain
New Yorker August 23rd, 1993
Harry Insisted On Doing Everything Himself
And Whose Little Mole Is This?
Yup. I'm Guessing There's Your Problem
We Tried Six Speakers
He Built His Own Airplane From A Kit
Sometimes It's Important To Stop Whatever Break
'working With What You Have'
May I Buy
Did You Hire A Consultant? I Didn't Hire
I Hope You're Good
Hey, I Don't See Harry Truman's Name
The Crab Bisque
Whistle, You Dumb Bastard!
Never Ask What Kind Of A Round They Had. If
New Yorker December 5th, 1959
According To The Charts
Is That What They Teach You At Caddy School
Exhausted Businessman Hires An Exaggeratedly
'retirement Training Program'
You Will Like Mr. Woofard. He Has An
Opp'y Of A Lifetime
Let Me Just Make A Little Note Of That
Good Lord, No! I Thought You Were Handling
No Decision. They're Still Sleeping On It
Surely You Jest?
Wait A Minute! How Do I Know You're Not George
We May As Well Go Home. It's Obvious That This
Bob Was Raised In The Wilderness By Salmon
Damn It, Kimball, Don't You Know All The Words
New Yorker December 12th, 1959
Sure, We Were Dysfunctional, But, By God
Well, That Was Much Better Than Yesterday, But
New Yorker June 29th, 1992
Thank You, Mr. Mulvaney, But What We're Really
Hello? Beasts Of The Field? This Is Lou
A Policewoman Arresting A Man Says
'nuclear Secrets With Snow Peas'
Big Deal, An A In Math. That Would Be A D In Any
I've Asked You All Here Today To Help Me Develop
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