Sign for Your Laminate Explained

I mention this in the World Cafe episode, but I thought it needed some explanation – kind of an unfair advantage in terms of artifacts and ephemera for the museum – all of the bureaucracy of a small govt involved in policing the issuing of tour passes – everyone had to sign so there was no confusion when passes were ‘lost’ or given to fans. I particularly like the Jolly Roger signature – he was involved in so much of this in so many ways. A super, unusual, snapshot in time.

NPR World Cafe Podcast

3 Ways You Can Support the Museum:

Consider bidding on one of the great items in our auctions, which include the poster from the first Pigface show, Trent Reznor’s Suck lyrics print, rare PiL items, and of course experience auctions like Spend a Night at the Museum, Archival Listening Session, or win a Tour of the Museum for up to 10 people! Auctions Here
Consider buying some things that are ready to ship from the store – the Museum catalogs are gorgeous & awesome, the RX album, the new FOOK shirt, the new museum coffee, or become a founder of the museum itself (and be included in the next catalog’s founders list)! For those of you struggling, yourselves, the 30% discount code is still active – use DISC30. Online Store Here
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Much love, peace and respect as always.
Martin Atkins
Chicago illannoys



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