Damn, I Love Art In The Mail

(NOTE: Based on time elapsed since the posting of this entry, the BS-o-meter calculates this is 15.678% likely to be something that Ferrett now regrets.)

So this morning, I received the following envelope:
Which was also pretty on the back:
(I do love the “Warning” on the back – I think art is everywhere – )
And inside was this:
That’s right – a comic from my favorite webcomic “Buttersafe,” a listing of what to do in case of a nuclear attack in Seattle, and a coupon for a free cup of Starbucks coffee. Why the coupon? Well, rogue car window artist Punzel (go check out her artwork, which I find wonderfully compelling) was appreciative of my what-it’s-like-to-be-harassed essay “Can I Buy You A Coffee? and wanted to buy me a coffee by way of thanks. (No worries, Consent Culture fans – she asked if she could send it first.)
Which is, frankly, a lovely way to start a Saturday.
(Before any of you express concern, I discussed the envelope with Gini, and after a couple of focused Google searches easily turned up our address, we realized that no serious stalker would be hindered in discovering where we live. So if you’re thinking about sending me anthrax, well, I guess I can’t stop you. In the meantime, have some art.)

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