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The New Yorker Ponders Cave Painting

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A little archaeology/ anthropology humor for your Monday.

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The New Yorker Ponders Canine Cuisine

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“Something is definitely going on. We’re back to eating dog food.”

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The New Yorker Ponders Board Meetings on the Savanna

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The New Yorker Presents Museum Humor

I love a good diorama.

Remember Ross and Rachel in the diorama?

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The New Yorker Addresses Incompetence

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Whales Return to the Sea in Disgust

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A Foam Finger from God: The New Yorker Ponders Moses

Hope your Easter weekend was just grand. I made my whole family watch all five televised hours of Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments. I also baked a Breton flan with prunes.

If you had to go back up the mountain and re-carve the ten commandments all over again by your own muscle, you might get distracted and carve the a stone foam finger too.

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