It’s arresting. It appears (among other places) on page 66 of The New Yorker February 7, 2005.
It is drawn and captioned by Matthew Diffee.
It’s a single panel cartoon. A person sits by a begging cup holding a sign that reads “homeless”. Walking by is person carrying a brief case. Below is a single word which we ascribe to the sitting person: “Hobophobe!”
Wicked on so many levels.
And so for day 1274