Saturday, July 23, 2005
Oh, this is way fun. Here we have a sample of my famous napkin art. Note the coffee stain center-left, one of the marks of authenticity. The rules of napkin art are quite strict: they must be real indigenous greasy-spoon napkins, and only a medium bic pen may be used. The drawing must be completed in the course of one breakfast, and it must be left on the table when you leave.
(This immediately creates a difficulty, of course. How can they ever be scanned, then? Grudgingly we allow as how one may be taken away as long as one is left. So I'll draw a new one tomorrow, and leave this one in its place.)
As you see, Alan got a scanner for his birthday. Ain't I generous? I'll let him use it any day now.