All that's missing is the dangling light bulb and me at the ironing board. As Wikipedia says of George Booth:
Over time, his cartoons have become an iconic feature of the magazine (The New Yorker.) In a doodler's style, they feature everymen beset by modern complexity, goofballs perplexing their spouses, cats, and very often a fat dog. One signature element is a ceiling light bulb on a cord pulled out of vertical by another cord attached to an electrical appliance such as a toaster.
Our server is being difficult and doing ANYTHING on the computer takes far too long -- we are trying to remedy the situation but till then, I will be posting minimally and visiting when time allows . . .