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St. Patrick’s Guest Napkin – John Kennedy

John is a writer at Late Late Show with James Corden… please give him a big follow on Twitter: @robotturbot.

Guest Napkin: Gary Selinger Returns

Gary is a Market Researcher by trade and gets his creative kicks through telling stories with data, endless puns, and witty Facebook posts. Gary’s film career is limited to a never-released (as far as he knows) Matta production in 1982. If you follow him on Twitter (@GarySelinger) he may crack 10 followers and feel obligated to tweet.

Guest Napkin: David Gassman Returns!

David is an award-winning creative marketing maniac who has created hilarious advertising for Kraft, P&G, Jack in the Box, Qwest, Ikea, Nissan, Activision, NPR, and tons of other major brands. He has his own company called Ethel Avenue ethelave.com and a portfolio at davidgassman.comHe is lucky enough to be married to the great Johanna Stein jojostein.com and father to the great Sadie Gassman.

Guest Napkin: Kevin McGonagle

Kevin works in aerospace… which makes him the third smartest person to appear on the site and the second smartest in his household. 

Guest Napkin: David Gassman

David is an award-winning creative marketing maniac who has created hilarious advertising for Kraft, P&G, Jack in the Box, Qwest, Ikea, Nissan, Activision, NPR, and tons of other major brands. He has his own company called Ethel Avenue ethelave.com and a portfolio at davidgassman.comHe is lucky enough to be married to the great Johanna Stein jojostein.com and father to the great Sadie Gassman.

Guest Napkin: Macklin Dwyer

Macklin Dwyer is the creator of Happy Town, a bi-weekly comic on his tumblr and blog. Follow for a new comic every Tuesday and Thursday, or perhaps Macklin will post one of his regrettable films.  

Guest Napkin: Gary Rudoren

Gary does a few things like writing, directing and architecting. He is an alumni of The Annoyance Theater where did a lot of stuff. He also co-wrote the McSweeneys humor bible “Comedy By The Numbers” and currently lives in Jerusalem, thus, this napkin. He also submitted part of his architectural school thesis with napkin drawings. 

You can read some of him at: comedybythenumbers.com.

Guest Napkin: Beth Jorgensen

Beth is  a wonderful artist who typically works in oils and watercolors with the occasional doodle thrown into the mix. Hurry to her site and check out some more wonderfulness. bethsart.net

Guest Napkin: Audrey and Jane Wasilewski

How many Polaks does it take to draw on a napkin? Two, Audrey & Jane Wasilewski.

Audrey: Actress and voice-over artist. Gift wrapper (and rapper). Wig mistress. Master mimicker. Amateur detective. Dance-floor diva. Daydream believer and a homecoming queen. 

Jane: Instructional designer at Warner Bros. Serial picture taker. Internet junkie. Amateur culinarian. Lover of cured meats and cheeses. Chronic insomniac. Disco is dead denier.

Their glasses are always half full… of wine. Their stomachs are full of glutens. Their iPods are full of “This American Life” episodes, Bobby Darin songs and shame. They share a passion for programmatic architecture, roadside attractions, puns, live music of any kind, and problem solving. Both of them are paralyzed by the though of a blank canvas… but can solve just about any problem by making things out of stuff; whatever you give them, they will McGyver their way through it.   

Together they can not only change a light bulb but they can write a haiku, fashion a limerick, design custom photo art, or build a website for their favorite geriatric rock n’ roll teen idol, Jimmy Angel. Do yourself a favor, check him out; you won’t be disappointed: jimmyangel.net

Guest Napkin: Abbey Prentice

Abbey is a wife, mother of two outrageously energetic children, grant writer, tutor, and social media manager for Reading Works, a non-profit Adult Literacy program, so it’s no coincidence that you’ve never seen her and Wonder Woman in the same room. Abbey spends her (extremely limited) free time trying to convince people that New Mexico is, in fact, a state within the United States, that Albuquerque is practically nothing like ‘Breaking Bad’, and reading the comments of internet articles, despite her better judgement.