1) James Woods.
2) Guy Smiley
3) Rog from “What’s Happening”
4) Chuck Palahniuk
5) 70’s-era Roy Scheider (TM) (shark sold separately)
6) Pete the dog
7) Mr. Bentley from “The Jeffersons”
8) The ghost of 20th President Andrew Garfield
9) Dennis Villelmi
10) Conan O’Brien
11) D.J. Qualls
THOSE TRUMP SUPPORTERS WILL NEVER SEE THROUGH MY SUBTERFUGE!!! HAHAHHAAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAH
… disguised as the Punisher.
LOOK AT THOSE ABS. (Actually, don’t. I look terrible. I’m shaped like a Dunkin’ Donuts “Munchkin.” But I’m equally as sweet! And it’s lines like that that get me all the girls! Actually, no. They don’t.)
Pal of mine right here in Roanoke saw this on Facebook and commented, “body designed by White Castle, not Frank Castle.” That pithy sonovabitch. Southerners!
Anyway, if those of us undermining America’s greatness want to illegally vote multiple times, we must fool this plucky president and his astute followers. Let’s hope the disguise holds up.
More cool stuff from Robert Hansen and Poems-For-All — this is actually a 40-page essay entitled “Tarzan: the First 100 Years,” complete with vintage illustrations. The mini-book was authored by David Lemmo and Rachael Wenban, and is based on their full-length book of the same name.
What you see below is the same size as a matchbook, people. It’s amazing what you can do with that modest amount of space.
It’s also fun stuff. I just learned that Edgar Rice Burroughs’ iconic character is considered the first “superhero” of the 20th Century when he originally appeared in 1912. (And that makes sense, if you think about it.) These mini-books can easily fit in your pocket — you can carry them and read them anywhere.
But do I employ a British accent or not!?!? DAMMIT, SOROS SHOULD HAVE TRAINED ME BETTER FOR THIS.
Chime in, people, and do hurry; I have a hybrid bus full of illegal caravan refugees who want to vote too. And the bus is blocking a church entrance.