Maps little guy

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http://www.comicssherpa.com/site/feature?uc_comic=csryw&uc_full_date=20170122 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. http://www.gocomics.com/no-ambiguity My E-mail address is, mapblb@aol.com

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    Under a full moon.

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    Just wait till Nov 2018.

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    To be fair, Bannon was drunk and standing in the middle of the road.

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    He split when confronted by the truth.

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