Bubba (he's the one with his tongue hanging out)
John Kelso has been a humor columnist at the Austin American-Statesman since April of 1977. Thanks to that nerd Hitler, he was born at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, but doesn't remember anything about the place since he only lived there a couple of months. In between, he worked at newspapers in New Hampshire, Missouri, Wisconsin and Florida, where he went fishing on other people's boats, and wrote about it for a living. While stationed at Frankfurt, Germany, Specialist 4 Kelso wrote the jokes for General Willard Pearson's speeches. Kelso now lives in the South of Austin with his wife Sally, cats Tusser and Lady Kitty, and his dogs Bubba and Rufus. He also needs a new car, so please buy this book.
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