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New Yorker August 17, 1992
Gas Station Pumpkin Spice
So How's Married Life?
New Yorker September 4 1954
And From Now
I Hate Retraining C.e.o.s
If You Have To Ask How Much Gas Costs
Why Uncle Abe Still Lives Alone
You Call That
New Yorker September 28 1940
Let's Ask For Directions
You get a free baby seal covered in oil
New Yorker June 27th, 1942
Robert J. Day
But, Henry, I'm Your Own Blood Brother!
And Now Look - No Cuffs!
I'm Afraid Three Gallons Will Be About Enough
Would You Care To See Our Gasoline List
New Yorker August 1st, 1994
New Yorker June 24th, 1991
My Text This Morning Is Taken From Paragraph 15
I Just Stopped By To Have My Windshield Cleaned
How Are You Personally?
Not Even For Medicinal Purposes?
But I Don't Want Them To Wear Evenly - It's Hard
M. K. Barlow
New Yorker October 9th, 1995
Yes, Oregon's Lovely, But We're Just Here
New Yorker June 14 1952
Charles E Martin
A Waiter Speaks To The Chefs In The Kitchen
Replacing The Burger Tanks At Mr. Big's
My Name Is Leonard
Now I Wish The War Had Been About The Oil
You Ask Him For Gas If You Want To. I'd
Where's The Nearest Walnut Station?
That Metallic Grinding Means Her Throwout
Your Oil's Fine
New Yorker June 9th, 1997
New Yorker March 29th, 1941
New Yorker July 31st, 1943
Ten Gallons Of High Octane Strato-flight Flo-go
Let It Run Slow. I Love To Hear The Gurgle
New Yorker August 31st, 1940
I Always Have The Feeling These Days That
Wendel Found An Israeli Tomato Stuck
The Check Mustard Light
A Woman In A Window Speaks To A Man Sitting
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