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Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

Description: Lynch, dressed as a physician, listens to "Earth's" chest with a stethoscope and diagnoses him with "microseisms", "a sustained vibration of the whole continent" caused by storms and changes in the weather. "Public", dressed in winter clothing, asks if it has anything to do with virus x or the cold weather.
Lynch, J. Joseph (John Joseph), 1894-1987
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It's "microseisms"--you've had a bad case of jitters, weather, palsy. The worst it's been in history--a sustained vibration of the whole continent--the continual rockings is caused by heavy storm conditions and weather changes. Seismologist Lynch Fordham University earthquake expert. Earth. Anything to do with Virus X? And this cold? Colder. Yet they say Mexico has had less since its volcano "Paricutin" has been on.
Origin: 2014
Created By: Karl Kae Knecht
Collection: Karl K. Knecht Collection
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Subjects: World Affairs
Evansville (Ind.) -- History -- Caricatures and cartoons
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Caricatures and cartoons
Caricatures and cartoons -- United States

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