6 edition of They moved my bowl found in the catalog.
They moved my bowl
|Other titles||New Yorker (New York, N.Y. : 1925)|
|Statement||by New Yorker cartoonist, Charles Barsotti ; foreword by George Booth.|
|Genre||Caricatures and cartoons.|
|LC Classifications||NC1429.B29 A4 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2006933343|
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I was on the hunt for one for a long, long time. Sure, they’re easy to find, but finding one at a price that I was willing to pay was a whole ‘nother story.
My father was an officer and pilot in the Air Force for 24 years (he’s 88), so we moved a lot and have a lot of pictures. I already made one for my dad. This is my draft disclaimer so far (not a legal one, just for fun): “My intent for this book (besides a Christmas present) was to try and document details and pictures for future generations.Punch Bowl Social announced that the company is permanently closing two restaurants — one in Stapleton, Colo.
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