Published March 1, 2004
"Both vehicles stopped at the intersection. Mrs. Dinkel waved. Mr. Wang put his vehicle in gear proceeding into the intersection. Mrs. Dinkel also moved her vehicle forward colliding with Mr. Wang's vehicle. Mrs. Dinkel states she was not waving to give Mr. Wang the right of way; she states she was waving to Mrs. Gladys Hooper-Smith in her vehicle passing overhead on Highway I-95, politely extending a yoo-hoo to Mrs. Hooper-Smith and her Lhasa Apso."
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George Booth grew up in Fairfax, Missouri, population 800. After two tours in the Marines, he attended Corcoran Art School in Washington, D.C. and Adelphi University on Long Island, where he now lives. His cartoons, often identifiable by their now-famous dogs and cats, first began appearing in The New Yorker in 1969.