John Callahan, a quadriplegic, alcoholic cartoonist whose work in newspapers and magazines made irreverent, impolitic sport of people with disabilities and diseases and those who would pity and condescend to them, died Saturday in Portland, Ore. He was 59 and lived in Portland.
The causes were complications of quadriplegia and respiratory problems, his brother Tom said.
Definitely not Charles Schultz, Callahan was a big favorite of two friends of mine who were severely disabled,
Very funny stuff, and a lot of it not suitable for work, if you read his bios.
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