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The discovery of an unsigned manuscript in a Soulard basement left Riverfront Times illustrator Tim Lane wanting to know more about the mysterious author and his absurd and arrogant writings. Conversations with neighbors provided a few clues. Other tips came straight from the writer's own pen in “Notes from a Second Class Citizen.” (Story starts after the jump.)
I think this is amazing. Reminds me of Crumb. Keep up the great work.
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