Drawn in the early 1980s.
Here it is, Mukey's one and only comic book, from the mid-1990s. There might be some copies at the Danger Room left.
Olympia-Rafah Sister City Project Presents Public Lecture: “The Hamas Victory and the Future of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
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I'd like to make my own personal plea to our friends, the National Socialist Movement. You could so confuse us by donating funds to help keep this Oly news and discussion site running. I personally promise to be exceedingly mixed up and disoriented if funds start pouring in now. Such a deal: confuse a ringleader, fund OlyBlog.
From The Nature Conservancy:
Seattle -- Nalini Nadkarni, a professor at The Evergreen State College in Olympia and renowned forest canopy specialist, has returned to the board of trustees for the Washington chapter of the Nature Conservancy.
Nadkarni, who served on the Nature Conservancy's board from 1998 to 2004, is an ardent believer in the value of forest conservation. In 1994 she co-founded the International Canopy Network, a non-profit organization designed to facilitate communication among researchers, educators, and conservationists concerned with the welfare of forest canopies.
Bay of Plenty weaver Christina (Tina) Hurihia Wirihana (Ngäti Maniapoto - Raukawa, Ngäti Pikiao) has been awarded a three month residency to the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.
The pilot residency "Toi sgwigwial TXW", a new initiative from Te Waka Toi, the Màori arts board of Creative New Zealand, has a strong focus on interaction with Native American artists and will be based at the college's Longhouse Education and Cultural Center. A 'longhouse' is the Native American equivalent of a Màori wharenui.
Photos and description of the fallen American Elm tree in Sylvester Park really cannot do the scene justice. Definitely go see it for yourselves.