I promised I’d be on time this month. 10. 9.
I’m glad that I can start filing these in my new FAST FOOD category. I only had my tiny pocket notebook with me tonight, and I think the guy on the right was wise to me sneaking peeks in order to doodle him and his dining room neighbors.
In celebration of the 7th anniversary of the Bearded Odyssey, I am re-running the series throughout the summer. This chapter was originally published in The Daily Nebraskan on July 6, 2003. A wise man named Aaron Shigley once told me, “The monuments and lakes and rivers — and everything else you think would be the […]
from the Lincoln Journal Star And check out the nealo.com facebook page for two rejects on this topic.
A reader writes: Mr. Obermyer – I’m always happy to see your zany perspective in the Journal Star. Your willing to confront the people in power in Nebraska in ways others are not. But we don’t always line up on the issues, but I’m still so inspired to see a young man with such imagination. […]
I promise next month’s will be (closer to being) on time. As a bonus, don’t forget I already revealed two rejects from May. So you really get twelve. 10. Man, arena jokes sure seem old by now. 9. So do jokes about the Treasurer’s race.
In celebration of the 7th anniversary of the Bearded Odyssey, I am re-running the series throughout the summer. This chapter was originally published in The Daily Nebraskan on June 22, 2003. I’d been walking along the coast of Pacific Beach in San Diego when it was time to go meet my friends at The Tavern. […]
from the Lincoln Journal Star This cartoon has nothing to do with Father’s Day.
From the Lincoln Journal Star (I hope this works — posting from my phone. If it’s messed up I’ll fix it later.)
I made a brief return to The Reader this week, providing the illustration for the cover story about Fremont’s immigration proposal. It was great on two fronts — it’s nice to do something for The Reader again, and I love that I was able to contribute something on this topic. It’s clearly easy for people […]