Whole Foods' Loss is Paul Maybury's Gain

Award-winning artist Paul Maybury's work has graced comics from nearly every publisher,  as well as the covers and interiors of numerous video games and DVDs. Yet his humble beginnings at Whole Foods grew even humbler when they fired him for, shall we say, not quite connecting with his audience, i.e. shoppers.
This is the sign that more or less got me pushed out of Wholefoods. I apparently offended a lot of people with it. One older white lady didn’t like the angry black man yelling at her. And a Vegan didn’t like that Mr. T. pitied her because she wouldn’t eat meat.

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Some good ones in the bunch. The Mr T thing coulda got them in trouble with the real Mr T, using his likeness without permission, etc...

And Rhyme Me a Smile, I will not visit your blog no matter how you spam it into the comments here.
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