By Brett DeWall
-Artist talks to a hundred random strangers
-Artist summarizes the conversations
-Artist attracts a comic strip of them from memory
It's remarkable the issues humans will say when you allow them to talk... particularly while they are drunk!
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101 Random Conversations with Strangers (Most of Which Are True) by Brett DeWall