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…for throwing in this t-shirt when I bought the newest issue of n8tch!


Check out n8tch here.

Catching up by cranking out posts,


Ice Ice Shady!

Wisconsin proud, motherfuckers!

…for all of these sweet birthday goodies!

Shirt for the skin, stickers for the suitcase,



…and now I do.

Here’s a better look at the artwork.

On a t-shirt!

Thanks for the gift, brotha!

Hey! Pass me a t-shirt,


…my good friend Milan gave me this t-shirt as a present for my 25th birthday.

My 25th birthday gift from Milan.

Here’s a closer look just in case you can’t make it out.


I got this shirt two weeks to the day after September 11th. Needless to say, it wasn’t the most popular article of clothing to be wearing right on the heels of the nation’s worst terrorist attack, especially while living in Ohio.

In those months that followed, I got a lot of dirty looks from people while out in public. Once, while waiting in line at a grocery store, a cashier mumbled something under her breath about me being either a traitor or a terrorist. She spoke loud enough for me to hear her, but soft enough for me not to fully make it out.

Still, I wore this shirt with pride for the rest of George W. Bush’s presidency. Actually, I continued to wear it well into Obama’s first term, mostly just to remind myself of what dark times we had just emerged from.

For those eight years, while running Tastes Like Chicken, my friends and I went after Bush every chance we got. I’m not proud of everything we did and said in those years, but a lot of those funny little jabs still hold up today.

Especially this one.

But those years are now in the past (thankfully) and George W. Bush is mostly forgotten. Of course, over time he’ll probably become a glowing poster boy of pride for the GOP, but that won’t ever change my opinion of him.

He’s still not my president. And I don’t have to wear a t-shirt anymore to prove it.

I’ve had this shirt for more than eleven years. It feels great to finally get rid of it.

Heading to Goodwill,


…just illustrated and designed the following t-shirt for the FEAR City Haunted House contest in Illinois.

Erik needs your help (and vote) to place first, so do me a favor and check out (and “like”) the Facebook page of FEAR City Haunted House here first, then go and “like” Erik’s drawing here.

I want one… or six,


…submitted two new Muppet t-shirt designs for consideration on Threadless.

Vote for the one above here, then vote for the one below here.

This doesn’t count as a Muppet post, Ralph,


…on the West Coast.



PS: Thanks to Sara for the shirt(s).

Wanna win some free stuff? Check out this new contest from “The Blarg.”


– Johnny Cash’s “From Memphis To Hollywood: Bootleg Vol. 2” 2-CD set
– Limited Edition “Bootleg Vol. 2” poster
– Limited Edition “Bootleg Vol. 2” t-shirt
– Johnny Cash’s “American IV: The Man Comes Around” CD
– Johnny Cash’s “American V: A Hundred Highways” CD


One winner will be selected randomly from all entries. The winner will receive one total prize packet. To enter, email me here with your name, age and address. The winner will be notified. Losers won’t.

One of two great contests,


…spread love, not tumors? Or is it just me?

Nothing says tumors like bread with a face,


Old Poop!