Ruminations on the meaninglessness of it all
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Speaking of absurdist cartoons, if anyone can help me out with this one, I would be incredibly grateful.I'm trying to locate a copy of the cartoon in which a harried attorney walks briskly by a homeless gentleman sitting on a park bench. The cartoon bubbles above both of their heads reads the same: "There but for the grace of God go I . . ."If anyone can provide a link or info, thanks in advance--
Being a New Yorker reader, I think that's where I've seen this cartoon.Good luck.
is this it?http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/t/there_but_for_the_grace_of_god_go_i.asp
I have another one: I remember someone on this blog mentioning a peanuts cartoon in which one of the characters suddenly perks up and says, "I suddenly realize the meaninglessness of it all," or something along those lines. I would be eternally grateful if someone helped me out here. Thanks!-Enzo