His ability to connect to the audience had less to do with the subject matter of his comics and works, and more to do with his genuine persona. “He was just a very cool guy,” said Karl DeStefano, a sophomore physics major. “He was very nice. Before the show he was doing drawings and talking to people.” In many ways, Weiner could have been a student at Carnegie Mellon. He was very attuned, both in appearance and speech, to the populace of the university.
Oh, and did I mention that I publish him?! See for yourself.