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Published September 3, 2012
"You can tell the judge why you were doing CX in an XXV."
Man dressed in Roman garb, speaking to woman, gestures to a chariot rather than car. Woman looks unhappy.
Michael Maslin has contributed more than 600 cartoons to The New Yorker since 1978. He has published several collections of cartoons, including Mixed Company, The Crowd Goes Wild, The Gang's All Here!, and The More the Merrier; and he and his wife, cartoonist Liza Donnelly, recently collaborated on a book, Cartoon Marriage.