This pretty much covers it.

I do love the parallel between the people protesting the people protesting Chick-fil-A and the debate on gay marriage itself.  Here you have a group boycotting Chick-fil-A, an act that in no way effects someone else’s ability to eat there.  Zero.  And yet, somehow, there is a segment of the population who take that as a personal attack against them.  And they have to be sure the world knows it.  They have to be sure they overshadow a non violent boycott in the name of civil rights just to satisfy their own desire to shove a guilt laden sandwich into a gaping soul-less face.

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ericgrissomland

I am a writer of comics that lives in River Plaza, New Jersey.

I've written a book called Deadhorse about a man and a key to a mysterious box.

I've written an all ages adventure series called Planet Gigantic about two super powered teenage astronauts that crash land on a planet filled with giant monsters. Planet Gigantic is published by Action Lab Entertainment.

I'm currently writing a graphic novel that centers around a slaughterhouse town in a world run by animals.

Comics I've Written:

Deadhorse
Chickens
Planet Gigantic
Animals
The Road
Tom & Violence

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