Seeing Randy Enos's photo in Chris Spollen's previous post got me thinking...
anyone else miss his posts? I sure do.
Kyle T WebsterJuly 19, 2010
I miss them, too, Joe.
Victor JuhaszJuly 19, 2010
Randy was on fire not that long ago. Wassup?
Michael SloanJuly 19, 2010
Randy, I miss you, too. You've added such a positive presence to the blog.
Zina SaundersJuly 19, 2010
Randy's posts were my favorites on Drawger; it isn't the same since he's been gone.
Randy, come back!!!
Nancy StahlJuly 19, 2010
I got to see Randy at his talk last week. It was great but made me miss his presence on these pages even more.
Incomparable stories, equally fantastic drawings... the best entertainment on drawger.
Robert SaundersJuly 19, 2010
I hadn't noticed that much time had gone by, but I can always dig another report from the slanted board of our resident illustration historian.
john cuneoJuly 19, 2010
I can always use a hit of Enos.
Marc July 19, 2010
One of the best things about this site.
ZimmJuly 19, 2010
Some time back I went in and put all of Randy's Life on the slanted board articles together in one place. They should be a book!
We need a ENOS SIGNAL we can project over-head when we need him, and we need him NOW!
Joe CiardielloJuly 19, 2010
They absolutely should be a book, Zimm.
I hope Randy knows that you've compiled them in one place.
Richard DownsJuly 19, 2010
I miss, Randy. We all miss, Randy. His posts had insight and great fun.
Hal MayforthJuly 20, 2010
It's LumpenWorld around here without Randy!
Christoph HitzJuly 20, 2010
Randy is tooooo funny for this place!
John DykesJuly 20, 2010
Indeed - a Drawger pillar.
Jeff MooresJuly 21, 2010
I think he's been shoveling too much horse poop?
Mark FisherJuly 21, 2010
Ran-dy, Ran-dy, Ran-dy
J.D. KingJuly 30, 2010
Yeah, where'd he go?!
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