Management Accounting, June 1987

Globe, January 2, 1990


My caption was "No wires or batteries? How in the world does it operate?" Some editor at Globe decided to revise it as above. I guess I'm prejudiced, but I think my caption was far superior.

This was 1990, by the way. These days, no wires or batteries would pose no problem.

I'd also like to point out that my drawing was altered to fit their allotted space. Note how the repositioned "COMPUTERS" sign juts right into the salesman's head!

The Wall Street Journal, May 23, 1983

Buy-Lines, July 8, 1984


I think there was a sharp increase in the price of food and stuff at the supermarket, when I drew this gag in the early 1980's.

The National Law Journal, February 10, 1992


This was another gag that was slanted for my various "law" markets, and once again I was glad that The National Law Journal chose to publish it.

Dartnell, September 30, 1991

Good Housekeeping, December 1991

Union Communication, December 2007

The Wall Street Journal, November 29, 1990

Rough Notes, April 1986


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