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A Man Is Visibly Startled As Dynamite Is Thrown
Man Shaving A Clock Onto A Monkey's Back
Pictures of Spider-Man
No, Pamela, You Do Not Have 'a Right To Sing
Beans about rheumatoid arthritis
New Yorker May 8th, 1965
In So Many Words
Watch Who You're Calling Irrelevant!
But You Just Bought A New Pair Of Overalls Last
And When It Comes To Naming A Committee
New Yorker June 21st, 1941
Exactly What Form Of Live Entertainment
Good Heavens! My Lovely Little Miniatures!
Now That You've Made Her Cry
Rashomon Of West 84th Street
I Don't Want A Reconciliation - Just Twenty-?ve
Dick! Don't Take It That Way!
Five Second Attention Span
Jason Adam Katzenstein
Before You Chop Off My Head
New Yorker September 28th, 1935
He Could Write A Mystery
His Wife Poisons Him In The Third Act
You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover
A Gentleman Would ?nd A Way To Shave!
It's Not That I Don't Like Good Music - It's
Come Right In And Make Yourselves Comfortable
New Yorker November 18th, 1944
But, Darling, There Were The Pay-as-you-go Taxes
That's Right - Blame The Victimizer
Bruce Eric Kaplan
Harry, I Wish You'd Stop Singing 'the Impossible
No, I Would Not Welcome A Contrasting Point
She's Just Like Her Mother!
I'd Like To Exchange This Engagement Ring
R Van Buren
Just Once I'd Like To Pick Up A Woman's Magazine
New Yorker February 14th, 1953
Why Must You Always Side With Him?
New Yorker November 12th, 1960
New Yorker June 24th, 1967
I Hope We'll Never Be Like That
All You Ever Think Of Is Work
You Ruined The Best Two Hundred Years Of My Life
Frankly, Mrs. Wilson, It's Hard To Say. Plenty
He's Had A Pretty Bad Shock. His Wife Walked
Let's Put It This Way
Wilfred, We Must Stop Seeing Each Other
I Never Did Understand A Single Word Of These
Aha! Sunny Jim!
But, Darling, When I Said You Were Stupid
But, Mrs. Proctor, I'm Afraid We Can't Institute
Close Your Eyes
She Says He's Never Missed A Single Alimony
New Yorker April 4th, 1942
About This Tall
Laura! For Goodness Sake!
I Don't See How You Can Expect Me To Be Beautiful
What's Really Going On In China
Hurt Resentful Angry
Foolishly Agreed To Stop Lying
Hurt Yes Resentful Yes
Now She Wants A Faun
Why Leave Now?
I'd Still Be Married
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