Cartoons: On the Job

As Edgar Bergen once said, “Hard work never killed anybody, but why take a chance?”

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December 1959

 
December 1959

"I’m not exactly dissatisfied, but the novelty of the job is starting to wear off."
March 1976

"About that mental note you told me to make—will two copies be enough?" November 6, 1948

"About that mental note you told me
to make—will two copies be enough?"
November 1948

"When I get home tonight
I’m gonna lean back and relax!"
December 1948

"I’ve got him talking to himself." October 24, 1959

"I’ve got him talking to himself."
October 1959

"Well, let’s see. I get off at eight. My husband picks me up. We put the children to bed. I read the paper—talk a bit—bathe—go to bed. Why?"  December 4, 1948

"Well, let’s see. I get off at eight. My husband picks me up. We put the children to bed. I read the
paper—talk a bit—bathe—go to bed. Why?"
December 1948

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