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New Yorker Cartoons of the Year: Over 250 Cartoons From 2011

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Published 2010 by New Yorker Magazine
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Sean Kottke
A delightful collection of cartoons from 2011. Makes me want to reactivate my subscription to The New Yorker or at least get the 2012 cartoon-a-day calendar. I need more cartoons for my office. After all, isn't professorial greatness directly proportional to the cartoons adorning his/her door? I think so ...
I have a large collection of cartoons and welcome this one as a worthy addition to the collection. Some really good ones here.
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