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This is a little thing I did for a local tavern that's celebrating 25 years of business here in Decatur. You can bet they'll get the fee I received right back.

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Just what I need in the back yard. A train set and a bar!


11 September and no memorial painting or artwork? :(

Yah where's the annual addition to the strip? I was looking forward to this years "lets roll."

That's a great place. Let's hope for 25 more...


Rodney Dangerfield?



Heh, they got their money's worth methinks.


Allen and I had done a Sept 11 editorial piece and I felt like I was done. I really didn't want to maintain the heaviness.

We also felt we've worn out the multi-panel Sept 11 thing. It just kept getting sadder.

yeah you're probably right. I really liked 'tuesday morning,' and the blah blah blah's are just too many.


I like sad. Sad is what reminds us of what happened and how we felt about it. It keeps the emotion fresh and resolve strong.

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John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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