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If you read this Jim. Thank you. One day I hope to be honest too.
Steven Bowman <jer_z@hotmail.com>
Olrando, Fl USA - Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 01:39:04 (CST)
What a parade of pap. Who cares if "Sindy xxx" like your graphics?! No wonder you're a misanthrope knipfel. Effective sublimation beats ineffective self-destruction any day. Kudos.
helena hanbaskitt <suck_me@capcollege.bc.ca>
canada - Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 19:54:59 (CST)
This book is @!#$@!!$ crazy and #@$@$!@ good. I loved it loods more than having sex dude!!!
Dominique <dominiquechao@hotmail.com>
BANGKOK, Bk THAILAND - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 23:21:59 (CST)
Hey Slackjaw. Good job!
Ear Falls, Ontario Canada - Friday, February 21, 2003 at 12:48:00 (CST)
Jim, you are an asshole, but you are a funny asshole. Keep up the good work.
MPLS, MN USA - Monday, February 17, 2003 at 09:06:39 (CST)
Excellent "sight" (pun intended). You rock Jim.......please keep writing because it keeps me laughing. Thanks for being YOU!
Deb <SullenGirl666@hotmail.com>
Oblivion, DC USA - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 08:51:32 (CST)
I loved Slackjaw and intend to order Quiting The Nariobi Trio as soon as possible! I've also been reading the collumns found on the websight. After reading Home Is Where The Hate Is, I have a message for Laura. "Thank you Florence Nightmare!"She lived with Jim for some time while he was subject to sezuires. Didn't it occur to her to get some knowledge of how to deal with them? I looked up how to deal with seziures and slamming the sufferer's head into a metal post is not a prefered treatment.
Kate Christie <KC4BobD@aol>
Moorhead, MN USA - Sunday, May 26, 2002 at 11:02:34 (CDT)
Jim rules. He's like the only modern author that I can totally relate to. I'm sure we'd get along pretty good. Maybe. I dont know. I hate people that write crap like that: We'd get along or something. I dont know him. Just read him. But if I'm ever in Brooklyn or he's in San Francisco, a beer or two would be cool. Thanks man!
The Hindu Squirrel <vadershairnet@yahoo.com>
San Francisco, USA - Saturday, May 11, 2002 at 15:00:16 (CDT)
hmm, this fuckin book ripped my learning pans apart! *g* well.... i buyed slackjaw īcos i`m going to write my final english exam on wednesday and i simply wanted to have something more or less interesting with an nice style on it, to keep me in the language. And then I buyed this book, for I thought it looked like something i would enjoy reading, started doing so in the train and didn`t stop reading except for sleeping and now I haven`t learned anything for my history test jet and i have nothing more to read `till wednesday.... but its sure a fantastic thing to read... *lol*
Flocke <ch_flocke@hotmail.com>
Germany - Sunday, May 05, 2002 at 13:45:17 (CDT)
Have you ever been to Duluth? ...I read Slackjaw in my English class and most of us want to meet you. Absinthe is good.
Estera Favalora <trobairitz@msn.com>
Moorhead, MN USA - Sunday, April 14, 2002 at 21:43:16 (CDT)
DALLAS, TX USA - Monday, February 11, 2002 at 10:36:31 (CST)
My brother used to walk up to the Tube Bar in Journal Square, Jersey City NJ -- from Exchange Place in Jersey City -- several miles. He was lost on 9/11/01 in WTC terror attack...but, I have very fond remembrances of Tube Bar JC NJ revelations from his stories. Thank you.
city dwellers
Jersey City, NJ USA - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 17:46:25 (CST)
Hi.I really like this book.I'm a cheater I like to read the last pages in all the book I read.But in the book I have,Quitting the Nairobi Trio,it doesn't have all the pages.It ends on page 260.Please tell me it isn't suppose to be like that.Please e-mail me an address where I can get a hold of some one that can help me w/my problem.The sooner the better if possible,I'm already on page.Also I hate suprises so it's very urgent for me to read the last pages.Another wacko,Natali.P.S.I really appreciate it,thank you.
Natali <natali_xenophobia>
NAS Lemoore, CA USA - Thursday, December 06, 2001 at 21:05:38 (CST)
i also so 'technicly' because im illiterate. Oh well. I still know Knipfel and you dont! Bwahahaha!!!!
USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 15:53:19 (CDT)
Jim Knipfel rules. And you know whats cool? Technicly, i know him. I say technicly, because i know people who know him. People who were pretty good friends of my family. Mike McHugh and Pete Tupitza, and their butt-ugly dog, as she's described so affectionately in once of the stories on this site. Dont remember which. But, its there. so HA! i know Jim Knipfel and you dont!
Ivan <zimbu_the_flying_monkey@hotmail.com>
USA - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 15:41:08 (CDT)
nice website!!
Malaysia Insurance
Malaysia - Friday, October 12, 2001 at 09:43:32 (CDT)
I really like the site. hey, I just put some comic strips on my web page and I'd really like some feedback.
Metranome0 <serequoy@hotmail.com>
snohomish, wa USA - Saturday, June 30, 2001 at 22:47:21 (CDT)
manny <tigertiger@onebox.com>
L.I.C., NY USA - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 14:07:15 (CDT)
Great site. Just surfed in.
Magic Rates <info@magicrates.com>
Orlando, FL USA - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 21:16:00 (CDT)
ASTER FAZAL <asterfazal@yahoo.com>
LAHORE, PUNJAB PAKISTAN - Monday, April 30, 2001 at 23:18:59 (CDT)
Just wanted to see if the publishers of you SlackJaw book could get it on audio. As you know us Rpers out here have trouble reading Smile
Sherri Craven <miles03@aol.com>
Raleigh, NC USA - Thursday, March 15, 2001 at 16:42:18 (CST)
Maybe you can make sure that the courts of Ventura don't kill any more mentally ill people. By making sure the judge knows they are mentally ill.. Liana Johnsson never told judge campbell!! My son's body was found on Jan. 18th cause probably hypothermia.. 24 miles from his camping gear.. Please help..
joe dupont <joedupont@juno.com>
gillette, nj USA - Saturday, February 24, 2001 at 17:46:21 (CST)
scary things happen even when you detatch and observe... the toothless woman i play pool with has a cross tattoo on her hand... the bright boy in the bookstore sports the same marking... i'm afraid of every person... i leave before they can see me... calm only when alone... i dream alone... no one to disturb... no more intrusions
USA - Tuesday, January 16, 2001 at 11:50:12 (CST)
I was at the local bookstore a month ago in the bio section, looking for yet another celbrity bio to read, when I picked up SLACKJAW, and read the cover. I bought it, read it, and was so delighted by it. I am cured of the desire to read about celbrities now, whose lives I can never fully relate to, anyway. I found myself laughing out loud at passages. I just bought the second book, and cannot wait to delve into it. I thought I was the only person who enjoyed the "easy listening" music (such as Steve Lawrence and Sinatra) alongside my "alternative" and rock. I love the writing because he makes no apologies for baring the ugliness and lonliness of life as well as the joy of little things so many take for granted. I will recommend Knipfel to all my friends. This is my new literary hero--a sort of William Burroughs for the new century.
Candace <cannella67@yahoo.com>
Pa USA - Wednesday, December 20, 2000 at 19:21:29 (CST)
Mr. Knipfel, I saw you on 60 Minutes. You left a lasting impression. In fact, I wrote the up-to-this-poiunt-point best piece of writting I've done, on you. I wanted you to know that you have the power to move people, and that, even if it is bad and smelly and nasty, you've made a difference, and that's what counts. One person, one thought, one inspiration- what more can you ask? Rock on, sir, rock on...
Lauren Tyler
RPV, CA USA - Friday, December 01, 2000 at 17:26:53 (CST)
Yo Yo YO----i just wanted to let Jim know that as much as he complains about Phila., if it wasn't for the City of Brotherly Love he wouldn't be doing what he's doing----David Lynch has that same hatred and look how far it got him. Also, tell Jim to keep those books coming. I might be from Phila. but I can still enjoy a good book. Give me a shout next time you're coming and I'll buy you an early morning bloody mary at the Khyber.
Christopher McCarthy <Frankenstine215@hotmail.com>
phila., PA USA - Friday, December 01, 2000 at 08:39:00 (CST)
I've never read anyone quite like you, except maybe Dorothy Parker or Hunter Thompson.You're a good,solid,honest,hilarious writer.As soon as I can afford it,I'm buying both of your books.Thanks for an excellent reading experience.I hope I didn't fuck up your day too much with the praise.
rigoletto <rg55@yahoo.com>
ventura, ca USA - Tuesday, November 21, 2000 at 12:42:25 (CST)
how in the hell are you. i am almost done with your second book. it is a fucking riot. i hope you add more articals to your web page soon. it is hard to get a subscription to the n y press from italy. these unevolved basterds, they couldnt have found out about the wheel anymore than 20-30 years ago. well until next time you keep being you and ill keep being me
king hobbs
aviano, italy - Monday, November 20, 2000 at 19:52:16 (CST)
I thoroughly enjoy your stories, and I want to share a couple of Raymond Carver quotes that your writing brings to mind: "It's strange. You never start out life with the intention of becoming a bankrupt or an alcoholic or a cheat and a thief. Or a liar." ... "If this sounds like the story of a life, okay." Keep it coming and keep it hardcore. And hey Marlene , you sound oh so dear and a little disturbed too. You and Jim are both OK in my book.
Steven <americar1@hotmail.com>
lurking about, USA - Tuesday, October 24, 2000 at 14:55:39 (CDT)
Thank you for the wisdom of your counsel. Or, is that the counsel of your wisdom? I can never get it right. Loved "Every Man for Himself, and -" I am a retired newspaper editor, and I know there's a book in me somewhere. There are only two differences between me and you: I am a woman, and I ate the cats! New to your site, but have found a new reading corner. BJ
B.J. Trotter <beejazzi@earthlink.net>
Anderson, SC USA - Monday, September 11, 2000 at 18:45:10 (CDT)
you are a god. rightr now i am in a ITALIAN RESTAURANT using a shity computer and printer because it is the only way i can get your articles. im in the millitary. i am being rushed by my friends so i will continue this later.
robert hobbs <?>
aviano, italy - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 07:36:48 (CDT)
Jim Knipfel sees something most people don't want to -- suffering. His own, others, in the streets or with a pencil, Slackjaw understands what's going on around him. He's done hiding from the "bad" stuff that scares so many people. In so doing, he found some amazing stories. Thank you.
Dustin Block <jtblock@excite.com>
Racine, WI USA - Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 23:19:42 (CDT)
Very interesting stuff. Please do look at my writing at my web site at www.geocities.com/Pentagon/7745/mac/index/index.html Please sign my guest book.
Tony McNally <mack619@yahoo.co.uk>
Dalton- in Furness, Cumbria Great Britain - Sunday, July 30, 2000 at 09:12:02 (CDT)
Yes, some mighty fine and twisted and honest and wild stuff. Loved it. But Jim, don't whack your head anymore.
Pat Gallagher <pat.gallagher@tumbleweed.com>
Los Gatos, CA USA - Thursday, July 13, 2000 at 18:29:57 (CDT)
Listening right now to Mr. Knipfel on NPR. He's terrific, fucking terrific.
mark barefoot <mark.barefoot@bovislendlease.com>
Chapel Hill, NC USA - Sunday, July 09, 2000 at 17:00:13 (CDT)
Jim,loved "Quitting the Nairobi Trio." Probably will read it again. Hope to see you at Schwartz books for a signing, no pun intended your being blind and all. Eddie
Eddie Quik <eddiequik@aol.com>
Milw. , Wi. USA - Saturday, July 01, 2000 at 20:55:42 (CDT)
Dear Jim, After just completing "Nairobi Trio" I feel I have embarked on a career of reading nothing but non-fiction. While at times, the truth may be "scary", knowing it's real can be oh-so rewarding. In the case of your recent work....I felt it extremely rewarding, and hope there's more to come! You shouldn't have to relive anything so severe (I don't believe you liked it after the honeymoon of the naivety wore off) But I think a memior of some travels throughout the world could be just the perspective that's needed. I just got back from Europe, an 8 week trip. My journals are yours for the asking! (I'd love them to serve as somesort of motivation for your future masterpiece) Thanks for the break in my monotonoud life, Eric-NY; 6/2000
Eric <audiduddi@aol.com>
brookville, ny USA - Sunday, June 18, 2000 at 22:02:06 (CDT)
Enjoyed your interview on NPR yesterday waiting for the bus in the hot sun. Especially liked the part about not belonging to or going to parties (political or social). Keep up the cynicism.
michael <mgskye@aol.com>
atlanta, GA USA - Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at 00:21:35 (CDT)
Oh, little Knipfel, you are so dear! Aside from that you're a very, very disturbed man. But wait, there's more! You're smart _and_ funny, but then that may very well be part and parcel of being disturbed. Ah, well, it's your world and Frank Sinatra was living in it until he wasn't. Did they bury him in his toupee? Will Chuck Heston be buried in his after they remove his 9mm Glock from his cold, dead fingers? Anyway, I must be going. Please write -- not to me, but in general. I like what you have to say.
Marlene <mercury@xmail.com>
Rock Hill, SC USA - Monday, June 12, 2000 at 13:05:20 (CDT)
Jim is more human than most...
rotovator <rotovator@earthlink.net>
nashville, tn USA - Saturday, April 08, 2000 at 20:31:02 (CDT)
Enjoyed! I luuuuuuuved Danish-Go-Rounds, too. Use to have a little ritual when eating them... Why, oh why, do the fine things disappear?!
Logan <mjbe@earthlink.com>
USA - Friday, March 24, 2000 at 01:44:22 (CST)
just read the book. i've been a fan and love reading you in the nypress. thank you for your book--i really enjoyed it.
melissa <missmelissajoy@hotmail.com>
port monmouth, nj USA - Monday, March 20, 2000 at 21:59:31 (CST)
Having just completed SLACKJAW, if find myself ready to wield sword or fall on same, should Knipfel give the order. Mayakovsky said "In the church of my heart, the choir is on fire." Thanks for the indendiary songs, Jim.
chase crossingham <ccrossingham@cahners.com>
greensboro, nc USA - Friday, March 10, 2000 at 13:33:48 (CST)
-loved SlackJaw from when i first moved to Hate City USA (that's Philadelphia folks) in 1988, or so. -comfort in Jim's writing to the eyes of a lost in the city 18 year old drunk -couldn't believe that was Knipful actually on 60 minutes! -could not also believe that he was also a sweet and feeble guy when he did the reading at Borders or wherever for the book. ALSO... if anyone here from Philly is reading Liz Spikol's "the Trouble with Spikol" i'm sure you agree that it is heartbreaking to read another's pain and trouble within your own goddamned mind. Is it more comforting to know that there are others in pain too? or more depressing? oh well, pass the bottle.....
marc fucking beck <beckm@mail.med.upenn.edu>
phila, pa USA - Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 16:03:24 (CST)
i don't know about the rest of you, but i really want to read about that clown convention in jersey.
laura brenner <labrenner@excite.com>
ventnor, nj USA - Monday, February 21, 2000 at 07:18:54 (CST)
Damn Slackjaw, you had better have a good deal with your publisher, because I bought a hardcover for only the second time in my life. Just had to after I read the first two pages. . .
Isabel <isabel68_99@yahoo.com>
NC USA - Tuesday, February 01, 2000 at 13:34:54 (CST)
After a short run in SF, I came back to NY in '95 and found SLACKJAW. Stunned by the honesty, touched by the humanity. Now I am in Denver (although it seems more and more like Los Angeles every day) and I found the site surfing while at work (the ONLY way to surf)....just great to read that stuff again....like a breath of fresh air....Keep Writing Jim, You've Got A Lot of Fans. Good Luck! Dave in Denver
David H <alfini@mountainpeak.com>
denver, co USA - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 15:21:26 (CST)
I just finished the book....what a strange mix of apathy and passion. Mr. Knipfel seems to be a truly spirited survivor.
USA - Friday, January 14, 2000 at 07:54:36 (CST)
By the time I get around to signing guest books I'm almost always too run down in the language department to give a shit about typing anything in. I've begun the novel and like it so far. Everyone should live in Madison for awhile.
Richard <rick@mad-seumas.net>
L.A., CA USA - Tuesday, January 11, 2000 at 21:31:19 (CST)
As another journalist with Retinitis Pigmentosa, I was fascinated to see the recent "60 Minutes" piece. I have just ordered "Slackjaw" (although with my vision it may be the year 3000 before I finish. ;) ) I would love to get Jim's e-mail address. Have had his book on sale for months on my site. Would like to do an interview with him for the "E-ye Matters" section of my E-Zine. Best regards all!
Michael Arrington <marrington@planetarrington.com>
Huntsville, AL USA - Sunday, November 07, 1999 at 18:42:30 (CST)
i am a fan of jim knipfel. his writting is as true as it comes.knipfel for president.
robert hobbs <none>
apo, ae USA - Sunday, September 26, 1999 at 09:09:29 (CDT)
Please, for the love of god, add some more articles to the slackjaw archive. We folks outside of New York aren't fortunate enough to have weekly access to his genius. I'm begging you.
spiff <spiff@choler.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Thursday, August 05, 1999 at 16:32:12 (CDT)
Hey, Jim Knipfel speaks from his heart...something people don't do much anymore. I wish him well.
Azmyl Yunor <yunor@hotmail.com>
Kuala Lumpur, s Malaysia - Wednesday, July 28, 1999 at 23:40:03 (CDT)
i'm millitary and work grave shift.so some nights it is slow and i have time to fuck around on this machine.i found an article of yours looking up stuff on ed gein.i read a few more after that and i am hooked.your veiw on things is the funniest stuff i have heard i a will.you ought to run for president
calvin gacy <none>
fayetteville, nc USA - Friday, July 02, 1999 at 04:37:44 (CDT)

In regard to "Ed Gein, Werner Herzog, and me," I remember reading about Ed Gein in the newspapers when I was a kid. The movie "Psyco" was chilling for its time. "Silence of the Lambs" needed the decline of American morals and our hunger for the bazaar to overcome human decency. I believe the constant news reports that went on for years from Vietnam played a large part in deadening our senses. After the daily body counts, actual footage and violence in our own streets the American appetite for the Macabre was wetted. Now murder, destruction, pain, sorrow and inhuman behavior are all on the T.V. screen at the touch of a remote. I realize the world would do its dirty deeds regardless, with or without an audience. The question is do we really need to produce extra ones in Hollywood?
Eddie Quik   14/Mar/1999:08:59:49

Hey, Jim - Just read "Slackjaw" - called in sick to devote my day to it! Brought back memories of the old neighborhood... I was friends with Mary in grade school, and was at your house a lot - we lived on Libal St., just a half block from you. You were just a baby then...
Your book gave me an insight as to what my mom, my sister, and my niece are and have been going through - they all have RP. I was the lucky one in the family - my failing eyesight was caused by deteriorating lenses, which were surgically removed and replaced with synthetic ones. I can see, but they cannot. And while Mom and Kathy keep "dealing with it", they have never been able to put the frustration into focus like your words. Maybe I can understand a little better now.... Thanks....
Karen Gebhardt   10/Mar/1999:19:24:24

"Alaska Land of Unspeakable Evil" brings to mind conversations I have had with a friend who wants to take an Alaskan cruise. I find it hard to believe that people actually take cruises to Alaska. Why would anyone pay to take a vacation in a place where you need a jacket. Personally I like to take my vacations in places where I am more apt to get skin cancer. A place where BARE means something completely different than BEAR. I realize Alaska is a beautiful place but living in Wiscanada {Wisconsin} tends to put my priorities into the catagories of feeling the sun warm my bones instead of watching it melt icebergs.
You mentioned Roswell. I saw an unidentified flying object once. It was in a strip club just after midnight, an hour or two into the New Year, 1975. The place was packed, the crowd was drunk, the music was loud and the dancers were dancing. Crack, came a sound from the viewing gallery across from the stage. A UFO had splattered the wall barely missing a patron. Upon further investigatuion the crashed UFO was identified as a twelve-ounce Pabst.
Eddie Quik   03/Mar/1999:21:55:35

As you know in "Excuse Me as I Talk Myself Out of Something Nice," you bring up cats. We had a cat once. After having it as a guest in our house for a relatively short period of time my wife and I realized we don't like cats. Our children loved it and had no objection when I cleaned the litter box on those rare occassions when the cat didn't use a potted plant to relieve itself in. In my opinion cats are like snakes with legs and although they don't shed their skin they shed hair in a trail that can only be properly picked up by clothing. Being blind you probably don't notice it much until you cough up a hairball. Kinda makes me wonder if your Fedora might look like a blocked and brimmed lint brush?
Eddie Quik   01/Mar/1999:19:53:06

My last entry was cut short. The last sentence should have been edited anyway. "Give a man a Little Time,and Trouble Will Find Him" brought back memories of my drinking days that pretty much ended recently due to my inability to withstand the pain of the hangovers any longer, not to mention the fool I made of myself. Foolishness is an art form I can practice without being drunk. Imagine how I felt when I began to spend long periods of time sober, and realized I was a natural fool and it had nothing to do with alcohol. I must admit there was a time when I was a professional inebriant. A friend once told me that as a young man he had gotten drunk each night for a week. He asked what was the longest period I maintained this circumstance and I said "Four years." So you see I have credentials.
Eddie Quik   27/Feb/1999:21:44:18

At lunch today I read "A Life-and-Death Game of Chicken." Abortions have come a long way from coat hangers and back alleys, although I have to wonder if they were ever performed in an alley when daddy was paying for his drunken daughter after she pulled a train of fraternity members. I can't say I approve of abortion as casual birth control. As a veteran of the Vietnam War {Do wars really merit capitol letters?} I was in a situation involving what could be called full term abortions, grown men not so grown men, children, infants and old people put in positions of aborter or abortee. {If a pregnant women is killed what catagory of abortion does that jackpot fall into?} Looking at it soldier to soldier the potential aborter or abortee, depending where the bullet went had the option of defending themselves due to the fact that all military participants were issued weapons and in most cases plenty of ammunition. Now we're talking fair play. A full term abortion that gave the
Eddie Quik   27/Feb/1999:20:26:17

Just read one of your articles titled, "But What About the Lesbian Song, Mr. Humperdink?" I have no idea when it was written but thats not my fault. I live in Wisconsin and don't have access to the New York Press, not yet anyway. I downloaded all the available articles from your website. I'll print and read them and keep them in a folder for others to read. I stole the folder from work. It was only fitting considering you were a thief in the past. I know this message is all very mundane but by the time you figure that out you'll have read it and that's the point.
Eddie Quik   25/Feb/1999:18:24:50

Jim, Just finished your book. Read it in two days. The best. I met you last week at Harry Schwartz book shop in Milwaukee. You signed my bookright after the guy you new from school,he was an optomitrist.
Eddie Quik   24/Feb/1999:18:51:35

I am eternally grateful for your site. Now the Slackjaw column is bi-weekly in the NYPress, I needed something to give me a steadier fix of that clever curmudgeon and his cats. Any plans to put up more columns?
marilyn weber   23/Feb/1999:03:55:05

Hey fool, watch you think your doin' stealin' my name? Boy, you ain't got the right to name yo damn self Slack-Jaw. I've been Slack Jaw since 74, and ain't no pretty ass niga gonna take that away from me. You best be changin' yo name if you know what's good for you.
Slackjaw   23/Feb/1999:03:54:10

Home alone, upper east side, nirtazepam sucking me down in to its' rouche box. - kick the beer, SJ, take the downers. They willlower the flames in your soul. And pills can be retrieved by the near blind much better than that damn whisky. Enough of my adVISE.
YOu have provided me wiith so many happy memories over the years at the NYfreepress...blight of life and an unseeing unfeeling rage filled monster roaming around tripping over the peace and dignity of NYC citizens. I was waiting for this (you online). Career wise you rule. I get they name the nexy cheeze after you. They shoul
Doc   23/Feb/1999:03:51:25

Slackjaw, I so enjoyed your Boxcar Willie story. I had the opportunity to interview and write several stories about Box back in the days just before and just after he became an international super star.
I was in the audience and took pictures in Nashville when Box was awarded Most Promising Newcomer from Music City News. Box was in his early 50s at the time. Success was a long time coming for Box, perhaps that is why he appreciated it so much. I never met anyone who appreciated it more.
Dorothy Hamm   23/Feb/1999:03:49:44

DEAR JIM; wOw what a sight. Congratulations!!! Your sight is very interesting. Another side of complex Jim.
C. PattersonE. Rensa   23/Feb/1999:03:47:31

Hey. I like the site--I want more Slackjaw! How about updating the Knipfel page with more of his essays
Steve Kersten   23/Feb/1999:03:45:57

Hi, I looked at your publication and shortly added it to my favorites list. I'm living in Wisconsin now (Knipfel's homeland). It is a weird place...lots of rocks to flip over, lot's of unusual and interesting things to see and do. Anyway your publication looks gre
Michael Hopkins   23/Feb/1999:03:17:35

I enjoy Jim's articles very much. He and I would probably get along well, although we would probably debate whether the price of tea in China should stand or drop (meaning we would debate EVERYTHING).
They have caused me to return to writing down my own irreverent (or perhaps irrelevant) views on the daily crap that is heaped upon each of us, through those 5 wonderful little things called senses. Keep going Jim!
Rockywolf   23/Feb/1999:03:08:06

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