Cartoon Tuesday: Adaptation

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Robert Ariail / The State

  • Lindsi

    this is amazing

  • Great cartoon. Couldn’t resist linking to it.

    BUT please don’t assume that high fuel prices will rescue cities from traffic. Oil at $200 per barrel will not automatically bring about a livable streets renaissance.

  • gecko

    embarrassed on how long it took me to get this cartoon.

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