I may be biased because this zine is written by my little sister, but I love it.
TBAA #14 is from 2001 and Webly found a stack and brought them in to the shop and asked if we wanted them. Then I started reading them out loud to her, which did not make her happy but made me laugh my ass off. Soon she was smiling as I read and article she wrote that contained the back and forth e-mails from some high school punk band with the same name as her zine. They were sending e-mails threatening a Cease and Desist in the most hilarious ways possible and suggesting new names for my sister's zine like: Anvil Incident. OK whatever. After that is printed the "undercover" AIM (remember that ?) conversation with their drummer where hilarity ensues!
It doesn't end there! There are more Puking unicorn comics (it's not a party hat!) and ideas on how to save on postage that include duct taping envelopes to trucks going in the right direction, messenger tigers, and catapults. This zine is 90s zine awesome! Also, strangely there is stuff about me and my family that I haven't thought about for ages. Reading this made me remember why I got into zines in the first place. After all, Fun In Bucket, he first zine Webly and I ever did is what transitioned into Touched By An Anvil -AW