This is just strange: The city of Muncie, IN, dedicated an alley to David Letterman as a tongue-in-cheek honor. The event was picketed by two protesters who apparently thought that Garfield creator Jim Davis was a more appropriate honoree, since Davis was born in the county while Letterman merely attended college there. The protesters were dressed up as Garfield and Odie, presumably to lend a dignified air to the proceedings.
Well, I guess it's nice to know that dissent is still alive in America. (Whether it's "well" or not is still an open question.) Via Mark Evanier.Posted by Charles Kuffner on December 09, 2002 to Websurfing | TrackBack