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Radish Premium I have a graphic novel on Sherpa called No Ambiguity. No Ambiguity is about the inner feelings, when you know something even if it goes against the probable. It’s an exploration into the depths of the vast inner world. It is a form of performance art designed to introduce concepts. No Ambiguity looks at the background of reality, the little things others choose to ignore. It is about the odd and unexpected things that pop up in reality. It deals with the subjective which may or may not be supported by the objective. The strip tends toward mindfulness. It is about things that really happened of which there is no ambiguity to the person who experienced them. Both in art and story, this is a truly authentic strip. Out to prove truth is stranger than fiction. It is the dramas, traumas, dreams, sets and settings of an individual’s consciousness, an American version of magical realism. The story is about exploring the things seen in the corner of the eye, things that others deny, things that others do not appear to see. My E-mail address is,

Recent Comments

  1. about 2 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    States Are Seeing Significant Upturn In Young Voter Registrations Since Parkland Massacre

  2. about 2 hours ago on Signe Wilkinson

    @Lyman Elliott, are you on Facebook?

  3. about 3 hours ago on Scott Stantis

    Why would you state such a blatant propagandist lie?

    Just making trouble?

  4. about 3 hours ago on Scott Stantis

    Greedy Republicans under the thumb of the NRA won’t do anything, vote them out.

  5. about 3 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    Gun lobbyists and Republicans are a students natural enemy.

    “Young Americans are absolutely taken advantage of because we don’t get out and vote,” said David Hogg, 17, a Stoneman Douglas senior and an organizer of the March for Our Lives rally last month. “What we’re doing here is bringing voting beyond just, ‘Oh, it’s your civic duty,’ but into a cultural thing among teens…. We’re making it a badge of shame if you don’t get out and vote.”

    If the teen activists succeed in bringing their generation to the polls, it could signal a significant shift in American politics.

    “This movement has real potential to change the course of engagement for a generation,” said Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg, director of the Tufts Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. “If they can bring about an incredible surge in turnout, I think they’ll change the way that us adults view young people as voting blocs.”

  6. about 3 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    Republicans get the most money from the NRA.

  7. about 3 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    Gun lobbies are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of school children.

    All they care about is selling guns.

  8. about 3 hours ago on Jim Morin

    Republican Rats would have you believe that the FBI, CIA, Justice Dept and the laws are all wrong and Toxic Trump the destroyer is correct.

    It would be nice if these UnAmerican screwballs were voted out of office in November.

  9. about 3 hours ago on Clay Jones

    Two fat old greedy men trying to bolster each others incompetence as they lie, cheat and steal with permission from the Republicans.

  10. about 3 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    You get nothing but lies, denial and delays from the guilty Trump admin.