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New Yorker January 6, 1992
Gurbuz Dogan Eksioglu
New Yorker March 1, 1982
I Want My Ashes Scattered Over Bergdorf's
Excuse Me, May I See Your Invitation?
New Yorker January 12th, 1976
Where Can A Fellow Find Some Loose Tea In This
I Don't Have That In Front Of Me Right Now
Whenever Mother's Day Rolls
If You Connect The Measles
'ancient Tea Ceremony Of Astoria'
Why, It's Daphne - Home From Foxcroft
Hell,if She Keeps Watching Me, I'll Never Boil!
Calm-looking Protesters Hold Picket Signs. Refers
New Yorker December 27th, 1982
A Shady Looking Irs Agent Talks To Another
If we declare a big enough loss on tea
Tai Chi Vs. Chi Tea A Woman Practices Tai Chi
Alchemist Brewing Tea
Last Stop On The Herbal Tea Crawl
'60 Minutes' Is On
New Yorker November 10, 1945
New Yorker April 10th, 1989
New Yorker July 16 1949
New Yorker May 7th, 2007
I'll Run Through It Again. First
Hit The Snooze Button On The Tea Party
Snow White And Sleeping Beauty Have Tea
A Boxer Has A Tea Cup Party With A Punching Bag
Heavens! No More Tea After The ?rst Of The Year!
Roger Always Lived On The Edge. Then One Day
Two Police Officers Are Taking The Testimony
Bruce Eric Kaplan
I Feed The Cat Nothing But Veggies
Elsie Is Still Waiting For Postmenopausal Zest
Sort of Enraged by Burgundy
New Yorker February 23rd, 1987
Ted Cruz The To-do List
Honestly, Paula, I Don't Know What I'd
Where Did Verve Get Us?
I Suppose It Was Very Sweet And Old-fashioned
New Yorker February 1, 1941
New Yorker July 15 1950
New Yorker October 25, 1947
Helene E Hokinson
State of the Union Responses
I Love Coffee
New Yorker June 29th, 1992
New Yorker August 17th, 1992
We May Have To Leave You If There's A Parade
My Dear, May I Suggest A Little Old-fashioned
My Parents Taught Me That Life Is Full
New Yorker December 14th, 1987
But Is There Anything Left To Give Up For Lent?
One Lump Or None?
Robert J. Day
. . . A Journey
He's Got His Grandfather's Ears
New Yorker November 13 1926
Julian De Miskey
New Yorker February 21 1948
What's The Right Age To Tell Him He's Stuffed?
Permission To Enter The No-fly Zone?
Frankly, I Find Style Without Substance A Hell
Is Rock And Roll Over Yet?
Gentrification Of Times Square
You Keep The Chill Out Your Way. I'll Keep
Sure, I'm Havin' A Good Time, I Guess
Three Per Cent Weirder
There Comes A Point In A Man's Life When
Howard's Gone On The Tour De France
Peter C. Vey
Man Walks By Coffee Shop Titled Coffee And A Kick
Darjeeling, Earl Grey, Blackberry, Sassafras
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