Sunday, January 05, 2014


In a New Yorker Minute

Both James McGrath and John Wilkins have noticed a slide show of some of the most popular New Yorker cartoons. These were some of the ones I liked.

The above one could easily have been labeled "Scientists" and "Creationists" instead of, respectively, "Realists" and "Idealists."

The following one might be "Irreducible Complexity."

Followed by "Married Life ... Only Slightly Exaggerated."

Last is "Fairy Tales Come to Life."

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