Napkin #1290

Napkin #1277

Napkin #1265

Guest Napkin: James Nelson

James is old. In his youth, he was a tetherball champion, breakdancer and skate punk. Now, he’s old. Follow him vigorously at

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Napkin #1232

Napkin #886

Guest Napkin: Sean Murphy

Sean makes pretty pictures during the day and bad animation at night. See for yourself at: and
The following article first appeared in the Fur Commission Crime Log, December 9, 1963 and is reproduced with the commission’s permission.
Mount Angel Oregon: The largest act of eco-terrorism ended on a disastrous note with the release of 10,000 minks from a local breeder’s ranch. The tragic incident occurred earlier this morning when the herd regrettably came head-to-head with the Mount Angel Mink Eaters Society Pancake Breakfast. Ed Lawler a representative for the Mink Eaters, said through a fur covered smile, “Other than the birth of my son, it was the greatest day of my life.”