Thursday, January 31, 2013
I used to own a car in NYC (which is crazy). I parked it on the street (ditto), which means, over time, that damn old Toyota go its trunk broken into, a wheel stolen and, of course, one time it was towed to the car impound lot because I read a street sign wrong.
Sure, I was crazy to own a car there -- but Corey Pandolph is crazy like a fox.
Like I used to, Corey, a fellow cartoonist lives in NYC and, like me, his car was towed. And here's where the crazy like a fox bit kicks in: Corey has initiated a sale of his rejected cartoons for The New Yorker to pay for the towing and the impound lot parking fee.
Posted by Mike Lynch at 8:34 AM