Unbound. Octavo. One page, written on the verso of a Ballot for the Executive Committee of the Cuyahoga County Republican Organization for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Undated but the election ballot on which it is written indicates 1982 or slightly thereafter. Fine. A letter of thanks from Jello Biafra, lead singer of the Dead Kennedys to a friend for the cassette the tapes: "I think I like Satan's Cheerleaders the best, but I'm surprised at how different the two sounded...", comments on his financial situation: "You're right, I'm pretty short on cash right now. Being a greenhorn independent is hard work & little pay but it's better than being owned & used." He mentions that he's never gotten around to making stickers, but "I'm sending you a nifty selection of flyers & posters for now. I'm sorry about folding them but mailing tubes are hard to come by out here." He concludes with a postscript about a mutual friend: "... now sporting a beat-up urban cowboy hat as well as a budding beer belly! He has also started to act more like a human being lately."