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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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  1. Katydid

    Oh, poor Benjamin Frisch. It just occurred to me that you had to read Rand’s bullshit in order to produce this wonderful series. Brain bleach is on sale at the Stop and Shop, sweetie. I suggest you go get some.

  2. Snarkalicious

    Disdain for the common man, racism, Reagan worship, appreciation for the squalor of the homeless…ooohh, I just can’t wait for her to set Pat Buchanan on fire post coitus when he says something nice about Jesus.

  3. missly12

    Black and white, we are all the same!

    Do you want to experience interracial dating? I met my black guy on {—–W W W.Black -White -Cupid.C/ O M——}. It is an interracial dating site for sexy singles of all races. You may have a try… :D

  4. Elizabeth Dixon

    [re=607577]missly12[/re]: Black and white . . . we are all the same . . . Ayn and Obama . . . WE’RE ALL THE SAME.

    thank you, missly12, for opening my eyes.

  5. freakishlystrong

    Is there a word, Wonkett Scholars, for being horrified, dismayed and laughing hysterically all at the same time?

  6. slappypaddy

    give the homeless handguns, let ‘em fend. ain’t that the american way?

    what’s wrong with this country anymore?!!!1?

  7. CrunchyKnee

    [re=607577]missly12[/re]: I may try? Wow. Too bad I’m not a sexy single of any specific race. Go die.

  8. JMP

    [re=607577]missly12[/re]: You’re in the wrong thread; try one of the ones dealing with Robert Byrd’s death.

  9. sezme

    Beautiful drawing as always with one caveat, which if you’d lived through the 80s you would know instinctively: Reagan’s hair must always be drawn jet-black. This was his Defining Characteristic.

  10. Snarkalicious

    [re=607670]sezme[/re]: Yeah, thatn guy looks kinda like Reagan ghey-had a baby with Jerry Stiller.

  11. GOPCrusher

    And, sadly enough, there are people that honestly believe that the homeless are homeless by choice.

  12. Aurelio

    The artist captured Rand’s inner and outer ugliness very well.

    I think she looks like Alan Greenspan with a wig.

  13. Neilist

    [re=607597]freakishlystrong[/re]: “horrified, dismayed and laughing hysterically all at the same time”?


  14. CthuNHu

    [re=607641]facehead[/re]: Tony the Tiger… Tony. Now, that’s a name I’ve not heard in a long time. A long time.

  15. Lets Go Vertigo


    Ends with Ayn Rand hanging precariously from the ledge of a building, begging Mr. A for help.

    (End Spoilers)

  16. zhubajie

    So are you a fan of Dali, Frisch? Rand on the cot looks too much like Dali’s crucifixion?

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