Hey everybody. Here is an illustration I did for today's New York Times. It's always interesting to see what changes a publication will request before running an illustration, especially one with writing on it like this one. I would have laid money that they would request that I change the "Spastic Sleeper" space for fear of receiving too many of what Dick Cavett referred to as "For You See" letters, as in "Dear Mr. Cavett, I object to your use last week of the phrase 'basket case.' For you see, I was born without arms or legs...." I guess spastic sleeping isn't quite the epidemic air travel leads me to believe. The Times did request a small change: originally, the space next to the lavatory was labeled "Lavatory Smell." No big deal, as far as I'm concerned! So long!