This was possibly the most successful number of the first year of publication. Fueled by spite, cold sodas, and an angry mob, the organization set out to Show Them. Topics were farmed out at a bull session held in the back room of a bar in the back of a bowling alley.
Pieces were written up, layout was accomplished, and a friend of the editor volunteered a midnight print run at a place better known for funeral programs. One dealer discount, and several hours with teaspoons and staplers later, the issue hit the streets. The actual content may not be much to write home about, but all involved look back fondly on the production and focus of the theme. Even if it’s not all that apparent now.