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Have you ever wondered how a dog (your dog?) perceives life? This article consists of cartoons by Charles Barsotti, whose drawings appeared in The New Yorker for more than 40 years. It can answer the question I just suggested. (Caution: … Continue reading
I posted my first “Just For Laughs” article on March 31. This is the second such article featuring samples of cartoons from The New Yorker magazine.
According to experts, April, 2017 is the 30th Anniversary of “The Simpsons” on television. That’s longer than “Gunsmoke” lasted. Longer than Bob Newhart’s two wonderful comedies added together (ie, “The Bob Newhart Show” and “Bob”). When Homer Simpson was asked … Continue reading
What’s the difference between the words “trivia” and “trivial?” Technically, just one letter. But, for me, that one letter can make a big difference. For example, here’s a baseball question: Name two pitchers who played on the 1963 World … Continue reading
Robert Mankoff is the Cartoon Editor for The New Yorker magazine. Prior to this, he was a cartoonist for 20 years. Here are samples of his work.