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A Round and a Roundy: Merry Christmas from Our Editorial Cartoonist

12:01 AM EST on December 25, 2019

Cartoon: Bill Roundy

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Our editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy decided to take a much-needed week off from the annual end-of-year carnage on our streets and the politics that (for some reason) slows down substantive change.

So instead of his beloved tropes — Sleepy de Blasio, cops in bike lanes, cops failing to patrol bus lanes, etc — he's decided to channel the true spirit of the holiday this week.

Merry Christmas to all.

Bill Roundy is Streetsblog's editorial cartoonist. His work is archived here.

Editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy
Editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy

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