Published January 11, 1993
"We are neither hunters nor gatherers. We are accountants."
Caveman, talking to a club-wielding caveman, refers to other cavemen who are counting on their fingers and toes, and making scratch marks on rock behind them.
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Sam Gross was born in New York City, where he still lives today. His work first appeared in The New Yorker in 1969, and he has remained one of the magazine's most prolific artists since. Gross was formerly the cartoon editor at National Lampoon and Parents magazine.