Funny Cartoon in "The New Yorker"

"The New Yorker" April 18, 2011
I hope that I'm not breaking any copyright laws by posting this, but I had to share it with you.


  1. I remember reading an article about an American dad in Paris who was worried about his son growing up "too French" and made it a point give his son an appreciation of baseball. My google-fu isn't working right now and I can't find it...

  2. One of the reasons I laughed so hard at this cartoon is because I remember wondering if our son was going to become a little Rastafarian when he picked up a Trini accent when we lived in Trinidad....Yah man...

  3. If a sample tests positive, it is determined by the potency of the drugs and the amount taken. A hair test, on the other hand, cannot tell when a person has been exposed to drugs. A hair drug test is capable of detecting the presence of almost any drug or alcohol substance. There were only a few drugs that could be tested through the hair until recently, but that list is growing. Then, that occasional drug test may not seem so dreadful any longer.. Visit:


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