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They Moved My Bowl
I think you are wonderful
No, No, That's Not A Sin, Either. My Goodness
New Yorker June 28th, 1976
I'd Just Like To Know What In Hell Is Happening
New Yorker June 20th, 1983
What's The Next Best Medicine?
Let's Just Go In And See What Happens
The Jury Will Disregard The Witness's Last
Princeton, Did You Say? How Interesting.
I'm Going To France - I'm A Different Person
Good News, Honey - Seventy Is The New Fifty
Either Cheer Up Or Take Off The Hat
It's Up To You Now
And Only You Can Hear This Whistle?
I Heard A Bit Of Good News Today. We Shall Pass
To Hell With A Balanced Portfolio. I Want
Like A Duck. Calm And Placid On The Surface
Today Is The Day I Start The New Me!
Papa Bear was too much
New Yorker June 10th, 1991
I want to be a better person
We Find That All
So, Would Anyone In The Group Care To Respond
You're The Therapist - You Make It Go Away
The Phrase You're Groping For Is 'thank You.'
To This Day
I Medicate First And Ask Questions Later
My Plans For The Day Are Uncertain
And When Did You First Realize You Weren't Like
These Feelings Of Yours Aren't Unusual - In Fact
O.k. - But Just This Once
I'm Doing A Lot Better Now That I'm Back
I Just Did A Huge One In My Diaper
New Yorker December 14th, 1992
New Yorker June 16th, 1997
New Yorker September 15th, 1986
Yoo-hoo. Time To Climb The Stairway To Paradise
Discouraging Data On The Antidepressant
New Yorker September 24th, 1990
And Just Who The Hell Are You To Tell Me I'm
Bad News - We're All Out Of Our Minds. You're
Bruce Eric Kaplan
New Yorker October 7th, 1991
Gifts From The House Of Low Goals
New Yorker February 14th, 1977
Captionless: Whatever It Is I Usually Think About
Everybody Else's Problems Are Better Than Mine
Hey, I'm Just Messing With Your Head
Wow - I Didn't Know You Could Put That Much Guilt
It's O.k. I've Got It
New Yorker March 23rd, 1992
I Dreamed That I Was Mayor Of A Large American
I've Always Been Happy
I'm A Bit Worried About Harold. He's Begun
Ready To Move When The Other Guy Blinks
Sometimes I Wonder What Makes Him Tick
New Yorker October 27th, 1986
Oh, For Goodness' Sake! Smoke!
He's Still In Therapy
Oh, It's Feeding Time In Egoville?
I Don't Know Who You Are!
Would You Like To See The Drawing
Do You Think Your Failure To Bloom
I'll Be Honest
'i Wonder If I'm Key Enough Yet To Turn And Wave
The Wonder Of It All
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