I want to thank you guys for all the brouhaha regarding "my day". I feel like I've died and gone to heaven. It used to be that this date would elicit contact from some old school buddy, certainly nothing like this. I was just talking to James Steinberg, and we agreed that we are both humbled by the level of talent here at Drawger. It's downright intimidating. But when you figure we all kind of have the same lives (at least work-wise) it is understandable that in the solitary confines of one's studio one might get a bit down on one's self. On the other hand, you guys have lit a bonfire under my ass. So I vow to play the hand that's delt me to the best of my ablility, persevere and if that ain't good enough, well there's always tequila.
By the way Kent State happened on this day, not to be a downer, or anything. Try asking a teenager what Kent State was.
chris sheban July 10, 2007
Your work is remarkable. I've been a fan
for a very long time, and the little blurb about Kent State reminded me just how long.
I was there from 1976 till 1982 (slow learner and graduate school).
Keep up the great work and I'll look forward to enjoying it.