It’s been a crazy year for snow in 2021. The New Yorker once again illustrates the sentiment across the nation. The snow out there will come and go, but snow in here, we know. So we will put this snow away and play with it another day.
Just remember snow is just water. Cold sticky water. What is a poor do to in a winter’s day. Stay home and enjoy good company.
The science fiction issue of The New Yorker as illustrated by Daniel Clowes.
Summer is around the corner and so is the new Chris Ware New Yorker cover.
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