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December 25, 2012

The check in the mail

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The cartoon above by Jack Ziegler appeared a long time ago in the New Yorker and has been on every refrigerator I've ever used since the day I first espied it.

Though it has picked up various scars and signs of age and decay, its message is as sardonically true today as it ever was.

And I suspect its sentiment will be valid in some way, shape or form even amongst our descendants aboard starships in millenia to come.

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Posted by: bookofjoe | Dec 26, 2012 10:34:46 AM

I think a screenshot of your refrigerator exterior would probably solve my entertainment dilemma for the day.

Posted by: mango mike | Dec 26, 2012 10:24:44 AM

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