Ayn Rand's Adventures In Wonderland

Future Perfect: Ayn Rand in the 21st Century

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It’s the second exciting installment of our new Graphic Novel Comix Adventure, Ayn Rand’s Adventures In Wonderland. (Last week’s episode is here in case you missed it because you were too busy “Goin’ Galt.”)

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Next Comic: Ayn’s vomiting continues.

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Benjamin Frisch is a comic book artist, and sometimes journalist currently habituating somewhere on the elitist liberal east coast of the United States. His published works include a short lived, but beloved cross-dressing comic strip entitled Maurice Antoinette and some other stuff not worth mentioning. As a journalist, Benjamin somehow contributed to National Public Radio, with his story At the Concert Hall, a Symphony for Space Invaders. Benjamin is currently delaying adulthood as a graduate student, and plans to remain one forever. He can be twittered at Twitter.com/BenjaminFrisch

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76 comments

  1. Prommie

    You seem to be implying that todays Randtards would disappoint Ayn Rand, that perhaps she had a good idea, thats been hijacked by tards? I hope not, but, why else would she puke? I hope not, as I say, because this is not true. She was a psychopathic fucktard, and thats why her narcissitic, delusional ravings attract the emotionally retarded, shallow autodidacts, college freshmen, and just plain fucking crazies.

  2. Baby who ate the Dingo

    What is in the Hurl River? “Moose Turds and Beaver Bits” or maybe Goobers and Raisinettes. I can never remember, since I smoke so much libertarian pot.

  3. CthuNHu

    Last panel should’ve had “ROARK!!” as sound effect.

    Also, exactly what is she roarking up there? Tiny Trucknutz?

  4. freakishlystrong

    [re=598047]Prommie[/re]: Besides being a massive asshole, she was also a huge advocate for abortion, which her slavish followers overlook.

  5. Snarkalicious

    HOLY SHIT THIS EXPLAINS EVERYTHING!!!
    Greenspan cocked up everything this badly because he has a puke fetish. 3.6 ‘Pulitzers’ to Benjamin Frisch, for Jurnalizmz/Nobel Peace.

  6. SayItWithWookies

    Thank you for documenting Ayn’s heretofore unknown penchant for kidney beans. But would Alan Greenspan really associate with teabaggers? He might recognize them as a corruption of the Platonic ideal of a Randian, and at least useful for pointing government that way sometimes, but Greenspan among the teabaggers would be as out of place as Thomas Jefferson at a 4-H meeting.

  7. Cape Clod

    I’m sure that she thought that her followers would all look like Burt Lancaster, Patricia Neal, and Gary Cooper thanks to the misguided adaptation of her work that Hollywood wasted so much emultion on.

  8. Jim Demintia

    [re=598047]Prommie[/re]: It seems to me that the strip is implying less that she had a good idea that’s been hijacked by fucktards than that she made her arguments at least partly in good faith and is genuinely sickened by their actual effects.

    Personally, I think Rand was too sociopathic to have meant anything in good faith, but I guess he’s using this as a device to illustrate just how incredibly far short Rand’s neo-liberalism falls from its promises to lead us to an earthly paradise where the state withers away and everyone enjoys freedom and employment.

  9. Cicada

    [re=598047]Prommie[/re]: Ah yes, but she was also an elitist atheist who was sympathetic to the eugenics movement. I’m sure the sight of so many mouthbreathing cross-clutching inbreds chanting her name would inspire her to hurl.
    Well, that and the wave of chili-cheese fry burps and lite beer fumes that doubtless accompany any large teabagger gathering.

  10. smitallica

    My only problem with these comics is that the Gollum-in-Ralph-Bakshi’s-animated-version-of-”The-Hobbit” rendering of Ayn Rand is actually much sexier than the real Ayn Rand.

  11. WarAndG

    Who cleans up the vomit in the Teabagger/Rand utopia? There won’t be any more fucking AFSCME to swab up the macaroni-laden bile on the sidewalks or zap rats and roaches and such. America will soon be able to wallow further in its own filth unfettered by our Satan-sent gov’mint, like the …ah…Founding Fathers intended. Paul/Palin 2012. Cue Lee Greenwood.

  12. Cicada

    [re=598090]WarAndG[/re]:
    Who cleans up the vomit in the Teabagger/Rand utopia?

    Robots run on smugness. It’s the ultimate clean fuel, you know.

  13. brogonzo

    [re=598058]freakishlystrong[/re]: She was also an atheist. They seem to ignore that, too.

  14. TeddyKGB

    They just announced that one of the choads from One Tree Hill is going to be directing and starring in a Roger Corman version of Atlas Shrugged. Check SlashFilm for the story.

  15. V572625694

    Every night as she climbs into bed and Greenspan approaches her with his throbbing, Viagra-engorged member, Andrea Mitchell must ask herself, “Do I really know where that’s been?”

  16. Jim89048

    [re=598051]Baby who ate the Dingo[/re]: Looks like oil, but I can only hope it’s blood.

  17. comicbookguy

    [re=598099]V572625694[/re]: Atlas shrugged and said, “nothing I can do to stop it.”

  18. tribbzthesquidz

    I would speculate she would welcome the baggaz as useful idiots much as the mainstream Repubs do. Our intellectual overlords need the unwashed masses to do the heavy lifting.
    What purpose does this branding of Rand’s books serve? Very few in the “movement” will actually bother to read any long novel that ain’t the bible, much less understand it. I guess dropping fancy-pants literary names helps give it all an abstract air of legitimacy.

  19. weejee

    [re=598079]Cicada[/re]: Indeed. A large portion of teabagged Nation’s me-genic morans would have been eugenicized in Ayn’s perfect world. She would be Atlas Hurled if she could see them now.

    Great job Intern Benjamin! Ken should get you two anus burgers for a treat.

  20. Katydid

    [re=598047]Prommie[/re]: I don’t take it that way. I see it as even Ayn Rand would puke at the sight of the baggers, however you interpret Rand. That could mean they don’t get her, or even the psycho/sociopathic Rand thinks the baggers are vomit-inducing.

    Also, today we are all the vomitus spewed forth by a psychotic libertarian zombie.

  21. Maus

    [re=598058]freakishlystrong[/re]: “she was also a huge advocate for abortion, which her slavish followers overlook.”

    Also, post-birth abortion, considering her admiration for an axe murderer of twelve-year olds.

    Love the comic. Love it love it. Is the Galt a Michelle Bachmann? I recognize the rest, but that one’s coming out a blank.

  22. Ducksworthy

    [re=598058]freakishlystrong[/re]: Specifically abortion of those classes who form her slavish followers, for the good of the race.

  23. Allyson

    Well, I still say “The Fountainhead” is one of the (unintentionally) funniest movies ever made: that six minute monologue scene that spouts off Rand’s philosophy never fails to make me ROTFLMAO…

  24. Geogre

    I did like how she vomited quotation marks.

    However, I’m not entirely sure that Ayn Rand had a gag reflex as much as a direct outpouring of bile.

  25. Tim

    Wait – those aren’t beans in her vomitus, they’re footprints, as in the poem “Footprints in the Vomit,” a teabagger classic. Greenspan really had been carrying Ms Rand all that time.

  26. nsps

    [re=598168]Allyson[/re]: It is pretty funny. You know, they tried to cut the speech down, since it was obvious that Cooper was reading that string of nonsensical gibberish with no conviction. But Ayn Rand heard they were cutting her perfect work of art it and threw a shit fit until they put it back in its entirety. Shouldn’t she have just blown up the Warner Bros. studio lot?

    The tragedy of it all is that King Vidor was doing some cool stuff visually, but the screenplay is too idiotic and unbearable for it to matter.

  27. Clankie

    I’ve read a lot of Ayn Rand, a massive, terrifying amount. But I read a lot, usually a book or two a week. I have to say that, while her philosophy is generally informed by her awful childhood experiences with communism, her viciously anti-religious attitude does appeal to me. Seriously, regardless of how anyone might feel about her writing style (which leaves a lot to be desired, and offers a lot of the undesirable) or her philosophy (ditto) you can’t argue that the two values she held paramount above everything else were intelligence and reason/logic, and so I do think she would be incredibly disappointed if she were to meet most of her ‘fans’ today.

  28. Blender

    [re=598527]Clankie[/re]: I’ve never read any of it, so I’m hoping this comic strip at least covers most of the bases so I won’t be dragged off to a FEMA camp (after I’ve been tazered a few dozen times) when the teatards take over and they start asking questions.

    Must buy velveeta. Also.

  29. Clankie

    Here’s the basics of Ayn Rand:
    Fuck everyone other than you, especially the government, religion, and anyone who says you have to do anything.
    The next lesson will be on why this is not a constructive philosophy for society.

  30. imissopus

    Perhaps she’s upset because one of the tenets of Objectivism was that there is a knowable, objective reality, and in the teabaggers’ objective reality our president is a socialist Nazi fascist communist Manchurian Candidate from Kenya who will soon order FEMA to put them all in death camps. Yeah, objective reality.

  31. iolanthe

    [re=598535]Clankie[/re]: Basically, but it can be stated in 3 words: Fuck everyone else

    That’s it. That’s Ayn Rand’s philosophy.

  32. Zorg

    Alisa Zinov’yevna Rosenbaum was a product of the Russian Imperial system and her “philosophy” is an intellectually pretentious recap of the existing economic system of her childhood. It didn’t work so well the first time around, I’m sad to say.

  33. BruceMajors

    The New York Times survey of the tea party folks revealed that they are better informed about American history and current events than the average voter, and I suspect from the low quality of the comments here, the average Wonkette reader. But then, your heroes and spokespeople are college dropout and alcoholic Rosie O’Donnell, high school dropout Janeane Garafalo, high school dropout and former prostitute Roseanne Barr, high school graduate and stripper bar aficionado Sandra Bernhard, neo-nazi Helen Thomas, bumbling Stalinist fool Barack Obama etc. And unable to think, or parse such concepts as marginal productivity or opportunity costs or the quantity theory of money or such theories as Hayek’s business cycle theory, you must limit yourselves to cartoons. Or tittering with that little Maddow boy about scrotums.

    Everyone sees you for what you are Wonkers.


  34. Post author
    Benjamin Frisch

    Thanks for your delightful words about my comic, Bruce Majors. Where did you hear about it? I am truly curious. Please spread the word about my comic to all of your self-hating support groups. We could really use the hate-hits (like AIN we only care about money and page-views, which equals many more cases of Zima for the Wonkette offices.)

  35. BruceMajors

    Self-loathing? Why would I be self-loathing? After all I am not you. How’s your mom by the way? Is she upset that you dropped the family name, Reifenstahl?

  36. gouzgounis

    I really feel sorry for the foaming-at-the-mouth leftists on this site. What’s happened? Has Obamacare already made your thorazine unaffordable? Or has mummy and daddy’s hedgefund gone bust, so that you can no longer hang out at the Harvard Square Starbucks all day long and complain about how the corporate capitalist power structure has made you unemployable despite your PhD credentials? Don’t worry, after the current regime changes a Randite will have a job for you.

  37. mtnrunner2

    Wonkette.com,

    I’m not sure you’d know what Ayn Rand’s Objectivism was if you tripped over it.

    The fact that you still seem to think that Greenspan is a reflection of her ideas, or that more than a fraction of Tea Partiers support Objectivism, or that the Tea Party movement is even a coherent movement, rather than a loose gathering of people opposed to large government, means we Objectivists don’t have to worry about any real critiques coming out of Wonkette.com for a while. Get educated, folks.

  38. problemwithcaring

    [re=599710]mtnrunner2[/re]: I think you are missing the main point, which is no one gives a fuck about you or your beliefs.

    There. I hope I helped.

  39. progressiveone

    Y’know, Hustler has been doing well with porn versions of Avatar and Star Trek…I wonder what a porn version of Atlas Shrugged would be like?

  40. zhubajie

    [re=598097]Cicada[/re]: Slaves, of course. They always intend for most of us to be slaves.

  41. 999theAntiAntiChrist

    Why Bruth, I admire your thiwmming into the muck and mire that is Wonkette.
    However, you need to lighten up just a tad.
    I happened to like Atlas Shrugged when I first read it. I must admit,though,I was 16 at the time and hadn’t been laid yet…
    Maybe you should try getting laid…

  42. Come here a minute

    I’ve been Ayn Randed and nearly branded a communist ’cause I’m left-handed and that’s the hand I use to masturbate.

  43. JooJoo Bee

    [re=598058]freakishlystrong[/re]: Many early birth control and abortion advocates were motivated by a desire to reduce the number of “undesirables” who were breeding like rabbits in the tenements of the New World, then littering the landscape with their own sorry corpses when they starved to death, if TB or syphilis didn’t get them first.

  44. freerangemink

    [re=598047]Prommie[/re]: I went through all the trouble of logging in at work to say “I love you”.

  45. What the Holy Heck

    It’s almost heartwarming to see the predictability of an Ayn Rand satire hauling in the wee trollies.

    It’s like snuggling kittens; a whole basket full of unweaned kittens with unclipped claws and a mild case of toxoplasmosis.

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