While I'm showing cartoons in high school, I thought I'd show where a lot of them were printed: the school paper. It was xeroxed sheets stapled together with transfer letters for the headlines. As you can see, we used state of the art technology.
I think my actual words were "We already have school prayer, it's called the pledge of allegiance". Like many things I said, I guess that was deemed unprintable.
mini-kus! Of The Week #1: Ruedi Schorno, Martins Zutis, Till Hafenbrak - David Schilter and company over at Latvia's *Kus *have been producing beautiful, provocative anthologies for quite some time. In 2010, *Kus *started their ...
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