Michael Crawford was born in Oswego, New York, received his education at the University of Toronto, and currently lives in Manhattan. He has been a professional cartoonist since 1975, and his takes on the absurdities of life have appeared in The New Yorker since 1983.
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Published September 29, 1997
"Your dad seems really focussed on his own journey."
One child to another in the front yard of a house; he is referring to the other boy's father who is sitting behind the wheel of a fancy race car with the phrase "Color Me Gone" written on the side of it.
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