Archive for May, 2010

Politcal Maze Cartoons for Publication, By Yonatan Frimer

May 31, 2010

For immediate release –

May 31st, 2010 –

The link below contains 5 (five) maze cartoons on this weeks headlines that you may freely publish in your newspaper and/or website. They are pretty funny and each one is also a maze. Check it out…

http://teamofmonkeys.com/press

This week’s maze cartoon topics:
* Politicians and lie detector.
* Sarah Ferguson and bribes.
* Arizona immigration law.
* Turkey-Iran nuclear fuel swap.
* Dow Jones.

Again, the link to get these at is http://teamofmonkeys.com/press

Maze cartoons are an “interactive” way to entertain your audience, even on a printed or static page. The cartoon aspect captures current events, while the maze aspect captures the reader to interact with the image for a few moments. Try it for no cost and watch how your audience loves it.

Contact: Yonatan Frimer
Phone: +972-545-683-040
email: yfrimer@yahoo.com
website:http://teamofmonkeys.com
URL for this weeks cartoons: http://teamofmonkeys.com/press

***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE***

Released Monday, May 31st, 2010

You may print or publish these cartoon mazes.

  • Each of these cartoons is also a maze, entrance/exits marked by arrows.
  • Links to printable version and the solutions are under each cartoon.
  • Please attribute to Yonatan Frimer and RSL.
  • Yonatan Frimer is available for hire as a freelance cartoonist, fore more info click here.

Cartoon Maze Lie Detector Electricity, by Yonatan Frimer

Maze cartoon of lie detector and erdogan, sarkozy, netanyahu and medvedev

Cartoon maze of Sarah Ferguson thinking about taking money out from a bear trap which is labeled “News Of The World” and says, “I am going to try and grab it, Hopefully it’s not a trap.” Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here or on the image for the solution to the maze.

Cartoon Maze of Sarah Ferguson taking bribes.
Cartoon maze of Sarah Furguson taking a bribe from a trap.
Cartoon maze of Sarah Ferguson thinking about taking money out from a bear trap which is labeled “News Of The World” and says, “I am going to try and grab it, Hopefully it’s not a trap.” Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here or on the image for the solution to the maze.

Editorial Maze Cartoon on Arizona Immigration laws.
Arizona immigration laws maze cartoon
Cartoon maze editorial bunch immigrants sneaking into America. Leader tells them “We are almost there folks, make sure you have plenty of water and get your fake birth certificate from Sanchez before the border.” As they stand near a road with a sign that says, “Arizona 50 Miles.”  Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here or on the image for the solution to the maze.

Editorial Maze Cartoon on Turkey Giving Iran Nuclear Fuel Rods.
Turkey Fuel Rods to Iran Maze Cartoon
Cartoon maze editorial of a turkey reading the newspaper with the headline, “Turkey to supply Iran with fuel rods.” The turkey has a sad face and says, “Lets hope I can make enough nuclear fuel rods by Thanksgiving.”  Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Click here or on the image for the solution to the maze.

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Editorial Cartoon Maze on a Dow Jones Airline, by Yonatan Frimer
Dow Jones Airlines Maze Cartoon
Cartoon maze editorial of an airplane, labled Dow Jones that has sand bags on its wings and tail and the sand is leaking out an labeled, “Glitch, EU, Greece and Reform” the co-pilot exclaims, “Sir! We are losing altitude! We gotta keep above 10,000 to avoid a crash!” Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
Click here or on the image for the solution to the maze.


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Previous Weeks Cartoons:
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Maze construction nears completion

May 25, 2010

Maze construction nears completion

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published: May 24 2010 10:10 AM updated:: May 24 2010 10:13 AM

Gatlinburg – Ober Gatlinburg’s newest attraction, a 4600 sq. foot Amaze’n Maze, is scheduled to open for their guests on Memorial
weekend.
The maze, with all its twists, turns and dead-ends, is more than just getting lost.
All ages can sharpen their navigational skills while competing against their family, friends and the clock.
Upon entering the maze, each guest will be issued a passport which they stamp at checkpoints as they work their way to the exit and clock their time.
The maze is being constructed by Greg Gallavan with Amaze’n Mazes of Winter Park, Colorado, and is one of only 30 installed in the United States, Canada and Spain.
Until 1996, mazes were typically made of wood until Gallavan developed plastic panels for a maze he installed in Steamboat Springs, Colo. The lightweight panels were more durable than wood and could be customized with different colors and logos. One year later, Gallavan introduced his first all-plastic maze.
Earlier this spring, Ober Gatlinburg added an indoor carousel. Other activities include the 120 passenger Aerial Tramway, Wildlife Encounter, indoor ice rink, Alpine Slide, scenic chairlift, three water raft rides, shops, restaurant and lounge.
This past winter, Ober Gatlinburg experienced a record-breaking ski season with 100 days of skiing and snowboarding due to the 50-plus inches of natural snowfall and colder than normal temperatures.
For more information, call 1-800-251-9202 or go to obergatlinburg.com.

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This is your brain on financial reform

May 16, 2010

Maze Cartoon of your job on drugs, I mean financial reform

This is your brain on financial reform
Editorial Cartoon maze poking fun at the 1987 commercial “This is your brain on drugs” by making the egg “jobs” and the frying pan is financial reform. Any questions? Created by Yonatan Frimer
Click here for a printable, hi-res version of this maze
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electric hummer cartoon maze

May 9, 2010

The all new electric hummer, h3 – Maze Cartoon

hummer hybrid electric

Editorial maze cartoon of the all new Electric Hummer. No longer will Humvees and Hummers be called gas guzzlers. Now they are better for the environment than a Toyota Prius.

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Maze Topic in the news

Raser Technologies Unveils 100+ MPG Plug-In Hybrid Hummer at THE SAE World Congress In Detroit

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Technology in New Electric Hummer Could Drive Bold Leap Ahead for U.S. Automakers, Making Popular Trucks & SUVs ‘Greener Than a Prius’

Raser Technologies, Inc. unveiled a 100+ mpg Hummer H3 powered by Raser’s plug-in hybrid E-REV (Extended-Range Electric Vehicle) at the 2009 SAE International World Congress, Cobo Center, Detroit, MI.

Raser developed the 100+ mpg Electric H3 demonstration vehicle working closely with Hummer.  Just one year ago at the 2008 SAE World Congress, Raser and its development partner FEV Inc., Auburn Hills, MI, a leading automotive integrator, introduced Raser’s E-REV power train, similar in function to the Chevy Volt but designed for use in a variety of larger full-sized SUVs and light trucks.  The vehicle was developed in association with the Plug-in Hybrid Development Consortium, co-founded by Raser along with leading electric utilities, lithium ion battery companies and other automotive technology companies.

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Raser CEO Brent M. Cook said, “The technology in this electric-powered Hummer is a leap ahead for U.S. Automakers.  It could make the nation’s popular light trucks and SUVs greener than a Prius.”

The vehicle has performed well in initial test drives and dynamometer testing conducted by FEV.  Video from recent test drives of the 100+mpg H3 is available online:  http://rasertech.com/hummer

The plug-in electric Hummer H3 has a range of about 400 miles, driving its first 40 miles exclusively on batteries before turning on its combustion generator. Most vehicles drive fewer than 40 miles a day, most drivers would rarely use gas and average more than 100 mpg in gas fuel economy over time.

Raser’s E-REV power train was designed for most full-sized 4WD SUVs and light trucks, which represent nearly half of the vehicles on U.S. roads today because of their versatility and wide application in fleets.

“We chose the Hummer H3 and H3T as demonstration vehicles because trucks and SUVs are the best-selling vehicles in America and can benefit the most from increased fuel economy and reduced emissions,” said Cook.

The Electric Hummer H3 is propelled entirely on electricity by Raser’s 200kW advanced AC induction motor connected to a 4WD transmission. A small high efficiency EcoTech engine uses Raser’s 100KW electric generator to recharge the batteries while driving and provides additional electric power when needed.

“Our goal was to demonstrate that electric vehicle technology is a viable solution for a variety of vehicle platforms,” said Gary Rogers, president and chief executive officer of FEV. “This full-sized SUV extended-range electric vehicle shows that fuel economy in larger vehicles does not mean sacrificing power and utility.”

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Lustiger and Fahd in Paris Maze Cartoon

May 6, 2010

Lustiger and Fahd In Paris in the 90’s  – Cartoon Maze

Cartoon maze of Lustiger and Fahd in Paris

Editorial maze cartoon of a conversation between King Fahd and Jean-Marie Lustiger on having a grand mosque built in Paris. Lustiger replies, “Sure, just as soon as I can build a grand cathedral in Mecca.”
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Cartoon on the New START Treaty By Yonatan Frimer

May 3, 2010

New START Treaty – Cartoon Maze:

maze cartoon new start treaty by Yonatan Frimer

Editorial Cartoon Maze on the New START Treaty, aimed at reducing the stockpiles of nuclear weapons to “only” 1,550 by 2017.

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Maze Cartoon topic in the news:

United States Moves Rapidly Toward New START Warhead Limit

By Hans M. Kristensen

The United States appears to be moving toward early implementation of the New START treaty signed with Russian less than one month ago.

The rapid implementation is evident in the State Department’s latest fact sheet, which declares that the United States as of December 31, 2009, deployed 1,968 strategic warheads.

Current pace of U.S. strategic warhead downloading could reach New START limit in 2010.

The New START force level of 1,550 deployed strategic warheads is not required to be reached until 2017 at the earliest. But at the current downloading rate, the United States could reach the limit before the end of this year.

Since the signing of the Moscow Treaty in 2002, the United States has removed an average of 490 warheads each year from ballistic missiles and bomber bases, for a total of approximately 3,436 warheads. There are now only a few hundred strategic warheads left at U.S. bomber bases, with most of the deployed warheads concentrated on ballistic missiles.

The last time the United States deployed less than 2,000 strategic warheads was in 1956. The peak was nearly 12,790 deployed strategic warheads in 1987.

The rapid downloading of U.S. strategic forces illustrates….(read more)