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Latest Yonatan Frimer Maze Cartoons

October 5, 2010

Obama basketball dunking social justice globe

nail coffin maze for gulf oil spill maze

hummer hybrid electric

Cartoon maze of Lustiger and Fahd in Paris

gulf and Golf with Tiger Woods

human error in stock market maze cartoon
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oecd hat feather in israel
James and David CameronTurkey Fuel Rods to Iran Maze Cartoon
how the tea party started maze
steve jobs fear of flash maze cartoonMaze of 3 stooges and barrel of monkeys, israel PR teamTicking bum in times square - maze cartoonAll the eggs in the wrong basket
Obama President Polls Maze CartoonOil growing on trees getting harmed by BP oil disaster, by Yonatan Frimer maze cartoon, political mazeMaze cartoon on Turkey saying "who you calling chicken" by Yonatan FrimerDow Jones Airlines Maze Cartoon

Cartoon maze of Sarah Furguson taking a bribe from a trap. Week in the life of Helen ThomasMaze cartoon of lie detector and erdogan, sarkozy, netanyahu and medvedevShit my son calls a maze
Not the size of the maze, its the motion of the penArizona immigration laws maze cartoonMaze cartoon of erdogan on flotilla and armenian genocideMaze cartoon of gaza flotilla by Yonatan Frimer
cartoon maze of psychedelic hamas smuggling tunnel, by Yonatan Frimermaze cartoon of chemtrails vs kassams Yonatan Frimermaze cartoon of Iran stuck between a rock and a hard place

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maze cartoon of Iran bombed by sanctions. By Yonatan Frimermaze cartoon of hizbullah wants israels gasMaze cartoon of sunni, shia, islam infidel.
maze cartoon of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad throwing gasoline on the fire of UN Sanctionsmaze cartoon of road to peace or war motorcyclemaze cartoon of Tony Hayward sailing bob

maze cartoon of flotilla cow being milked by iran and turkeymaze cartoon of Tony Hayward with a leak in his boat.maze cartoon of midnight for gilad shalit at the colosseum
maze cartoon of afghanistan sports analogymaze cartoon self portrait of Yonatan Frimermaze cartoon of reaper predator border drone
maze cartoon of sniper sanctions on Iranmaze cartoon of sr-71 blackbird spyplanemaze cartoon of peace and war mongersmaze cartoon of september 11th attacks on Ground Zero Mosquemaze cartoon of Obama on ground zero and building in Jerusalemmaze cartoon of white glove for travel oriented full cavity search
Maze cartoon of peace train getting derailed by hamas.maze cartoon caricature of ahmadenijad and ambassador of death droneCartoon maze of Glenn Beck and MLK in a venn diagram

Maze cartoon of peace in the middle east movie rerun by Yonatan Frimer

maze kong 3D linear prespective maze image

Maze Kong 3-D –  by Yonatan Frimer

Mushroom Maze

Maze Of Mushrooms Yonatan Frimer
Maze-a-delic by Yonatan Frimer

Sunset Maze
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Maze cartoon of Lion, Tiger or Bear, OH MY! by Yonatan Frimer

August 8, 2010

Maze cartoon of Lions, Tigers and Bears, OH MY!

maze cartoon lion tigers and bears

Maze cartoon ofa tiger or lion roaring, an off panel characters says, “hey Roy, can you reach in there and get my car keys?”
By Yonatan Frimer
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Roy’s tiger injury

On October 3, 2003, during a show at The Mirage, Roy Horn was bitten on the neck by a seven-year-old male tiger named Montecore. Crew members separated Horn from the tiger and rushed him to the only Level I trauma center in Nevada, University Medical Center. Horn was critically injured and sustained severe blood loss. While being taken to the hospital, Horn said, according to sources, “Don’t shoot the cat!”

Horn was in critical condition for several weeks thereafter, and was said to have suffered a stroke and partial paralysis. Doctors removed one-quarter of his skull to relieve the pressure of his swelling brain during an operation known as a decompressive craniectomy. The portion of skull was placed in a pouch in Horn’s abdomen in the hope of replacing it later. Horn was eventually transferred to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California for long-term recovery and rehabilitation.

As of 2006, Horn was walking, assisted only by Fischbacher, and talking. To host Pat O’Brien on the television news program The Insider, he complained about his daily rehabilitation, “They are slave drivers over there. You’d think they are the KGB from Russia.”

It is disputed whether or not the tiger intentionally attacked Horn. Montecore had been trained by Horn since he was a cub; he had performed with the act for six years. Fischbacher, appearing on the Larry King interview program, said Horn fell during the act and Montecore was attempting to drag him to safety, as a mother tigress would pull one of her cubs by the neck. Fischbacher said Montecore had no way of knowing that Horn, unlike a tiger cub, did not have fur and thick skin covering his neck and that his neck was vulnerable to injury. Fischbacher said if Montecore had wanted to injure Horn, the tiger would have snapped his neck and shaken him back and forth.

Former Mirage owner Steve Wynn (who hired the duo in 1990) told Las Vegas television station KLAS-TV the events were substantiated as described by Fischbacher. According to Wynn, there was a woman with a “big hairdo” in the front row who, he says, “fascinated and distracted” Montecore. The woman reached out to attempt to pet the animal, and Horn jumped between the woman and the tiger.

According to Wynn, Horn said, “Release, release,” attempting to persuade Montecore to let go of his arm, and eventually striking the tiger with his microphone. Horn tripped over the cat’s paw and fell on his back; stagehands then rushed out and jumped on the cat. It was only then, said Wynn, that the confused tiger leaned over Roy and attempted to carry Horn off the stage to safety. Wynn said that although the tiger’s teeth inflicted puncture wounds that caused Horn to lose blood, there was no damage to his neck. Stagehands then sprayed Roy and Montecore with a fire extinguisher to separate the two.

A white tiger in the Mirage habitat.

Montecore was put into quarantine for ten days in order to ensure he was not rabid, and was then returned to his habitat at The Mirage. While Horn has requested that Montecore not be harmed, the incident may augur the end of exotic animal shows in which there are no barriers between tigers and audience members. Some animal rights activists, many of whom oppose the use of wild animals in live entertainment, sought to use the incident as a springboard for publicity, though few have ever accused the Siegfried & Roy show of mistreating animals.

The injury to Roy Horn prompted The Mirage to close the show indefinitely and to lay off 267 cast and crew members with one week’s severance pay. While Fischbacher has said “the show will go on”, a hotel spokesman told the production staff that they “should explore other career opportunities.”

According to the Las Vegas Advisor, The Mirage will suffer financially, not just from the loss of $50+ million in annual ticket sales, but from having to forgo untold millions in sales of food, beverages, hotel rooms and the casino’s gambling winnings. An MGM Mirage spokesman said losing Siegfried & Roy is a bigger hit to the Mirage brand than to its finances, because the entertainers are “practically the faces” of the hotel, and finding a new hotel brand or identity will be difficult.

In February 2009, the duo staged a “final” appearance with Montecore as a benefit for The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute. This performance was recorded for broadcast on ABC television’s 20/20 program. The 10-minute program featured one of Siegfried & Roy’s signature illusions, in which Siegfried and Montecore (now 12 years old) magically switched places from within separate, locked transparent enclosures.

On April 23, 2010, the duo officially said farewell to show business. “The last time we closed, we didn’t have a lot of warning,” said longtime manager Bernie Yuman. “This is farewell. This is the dot at the end of the sentence.”

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Maze cartoon of the WORST time to answer you cellphone by Yonatan Frimer

July 27, 2010

Maze cartoon of the WORST time to answer you cellphone.
maze cartoon cell phone acrobats
Maze cartoon of acrobats on the trapeze. The cellphone of one rings and he says, “ooooh! Hold on 1 sec, Linda, I really need to grab this call.
By Yonatan Frimer
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Israel on 4th of July Maze Cartoon by Yonatan Frimer

July 11, 2010

Maze cartoon of Israel on the 4th of July.    By Yonatan Frimer

maze cartoon 4th of July Gaza Fireworks
Maze cartoon of Israel on 4th of July. As fireworks appear in the sky, one monkey says to the other, “Oh Wow! I didn’t realize Israel has fireworks on July 4th!” The other responds, “Oh we don’t, those are just rockets from Gaza.”
Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Qassam hits building in southern community

A Qassam rocket landed near a building in one of the communities in the Sdot Negev Regional Council early Wednesday, causing damage to a packing-house. There were no reports of injuries.

Avi Aptelboim, head of the community’s emergency squad, reported that “a Color Red siren was sounded at around 4 am, followed by a rocket which landed inside the community, near the packing-house. The packing-house sustained heavy damage and it won’t be operated today. There were no injuries, thank God.”

“The rocket landed right next to the packing-house.
The equipment near the packing-house was damaged, and the building itself sustained damage from shrapnel,” said one of the residents.

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Maze cartoons by Yonatan Frimer for early July 2010

July 7, 2010

Maze cartoon of a SR-71 Blackbird spy plane   Created by Yonatan Frimer

maze cartoon of sr-71 blackbird spyplane
Maze cartoon of SR-71 Blackbird spy plane with the Beatles song, “All we are saying, is give peace a chance” written on the side of the plane and peace signs coming out the engines.  Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Cartoon maze on sniper sanctions against Iran fuel imports
maze cartoon of sniper sanctions on Iran
Maze cartoon of snipers aiming a big gun marked USA/Iran sanctions as they take aim at the gasoline imports.   Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Maze Cartoon of peace and war  mongers in the middle-east

maze cartoon of peace and war mongers
Maze cartoon of warmongers and peace mongers in the middle east. The peacemongers are all locals, voters, and people who actually live in the middle east. The warmongers are the press, newspapers and media. Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Maze Cartoon of the Afghanistan handoff between Petraeus and McCrystal.
maze cartoon of afghanistan sports analogy
Cartoon maze sports analogy of an NFL football handoff between Petraeus and McCrystal as generals for the war in Afghanistan. Created by Yonatan Frimer
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Maze Cartoon self-portrait of cartoonist Yonatan Frimer
maze cartoon self portrait of Yonatan Frimer
Self portrait maze cartoon of cartoonist Yonatan Frimer
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Team Of Monkeys Maze Cartoon
Political Cartoons on The Jerusalem Post
Political Maze on Go Comics
Maze art on Ink Blot Mazes
Maze Blog

Genius Maze, By Yonatan Frimer
Celebrity, artword, celebrities, portraits, famous,  Portait maze of albert einstein
“Genius Maze” – By Y. Frimer

Maze cartoon of the Flotilla Ordeal being milked by Iran’s and Turkey’s hand by Yonatan Frimer

June 20, 2010

Milking the flotilla ordeal for all it’s worth;
Maze Cartoon by Yonatan Frimer

maze cartoon of flotilla cow being milked by iran and turkey
Cartoon maze of a cow being milked. The utters are labeled “Flotilla Ordeal” , the arms that squeeze the milk out are labeled “Iran” and “Turkey” and the pail that has the milk says on it “Got PR?”  Created by Yonatan Frimer

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Articles on the maze’s topic:

Joel HillikerColumnist

A Good Excuse to End a Bad Relationship

Israel could see what was coming. Before the convoy set sail, Israeli leaders pleaded with Turkish officials to stop it; they offered to allow the supplies to be delivered through an Israeli checkpoint. But Erdoğan’s government let it go anyway. Thus, Israel had no choice but to intervene directly. And those on the boat made sure it turned violent.

Now, Turkey is milking the event for all it’s worth. It accused Israel of state-sponsored terrorism. It compared the psychological impact of the incident on Turks to the 9/11 terrorist attacks on Americans. Turkish President Abdullah Gül called the Israeli raid a crime against humanity and said Israeli-Turkish relations will never be the same. Erdoğan labeled it a massacre. Turkish armed forces announced several cutbacks in cooperation with Israeli forces. The government also offered to supply Turkish naval protection for the next “aid” convoy to Gaza; “This would be, in effect, an act of war,” wrote Mark Steyn, “—more to the point, an act of war by a nato member against the State of Israel.”

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What do the Swedish Gaza activists hope to achieve?
What do the Swedish Gaza activists hope to achieve?
…..Who actually profited from what happened? Well, most analysts agree that the biggest beneficiaries are the radical Islamists of the Middle East, notably Hamas, the terrorist organization which currently rules Gaza. Hamas won a major PR victory and gained valuable international legitimacy at the expense of moderate Palestinians and the Fatah leadership of the West Bank. Politically this is a boost for those Palestinians who object to peace negotiations with Israel, and prefer the more violent path of jihad, the so-called holy war against Israel and the non-Muslim world.

In Turkey, Islamist extremists are milking the incident to win easy points against secular and modernising forces. Iran is delighted that the world’s attention is being diverted away from its nuclear programme and arms deals with Hezbollah and Syria. As so often before in the Middle-East, the rhetoric of peace and freedom becomes a tool to strengthen despotic, terror-sponsoring regimes which scoff at both. This happened largely because, as Israeli author David Grossman put it, Israel acted like a puppet on strings pulled by a small fanatical Turkish organization……

Read the full article on The Local, a Swedish paper in English

Maze Of Monkeys jumping off  a building in 3-D maze goodness

Maze of Monkeys in 3-D

Mushroom Maze

mushroom maze
Maze-a-delic by Yonatan Frimer

Maze Portrait of Albert Einstein.
Portait maze of albert einstein
“Genius Maze” – By Y. Frimer

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.

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Phone: +972-545-683-040
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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
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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
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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
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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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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
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Maze cartoon of Turkey and Fuel Rods for Iran

May 27, 2010

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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Check out some more Yonatan Frimer Maze Cartoons and other mazes:
Political Maze – On GoComic’s – Get a daily political maze emailed to you
Editorial Maze Cartoons, on Team Of Monkeys
Maze Art on Ink Blot Mazes
Buy Maze Art on Fine Art America
Maze Blog

More about this maze’s topic in the news:

Iran agrees to ship enriched uranium to Turkey in nuclear fuel swap that could ease standoff

By ALI AKBAR DAREINI , Associated Press

TEHRAN, Iran – Iran agreed Monday to ship most of its enriched uranium to Turkey in a nuclear fuel swap deal that could ease the international standoff over the country’s disputed nuclear program and deflate a U.S.-led push for tougher sanctions.

The deal was reached in talks with Brazil and Turkey, elevating a new group of mediators for the first time in the dispute over Iran’s nuclear activities. The agreement was nearly identical to a U.N.-drafted plan that Washington and its allies have been pressing Tehran for the past six months to accept in order to deprive Iran — at least temporarily — of enough stocks of enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon.

The United States had no….(read more)

Maze Cartoon on BP Oil spill: Oil won’t grow on trees, by Yonatan Frimer

May 21, 2010

Maze Cartoon Oil Growing on Trees – By Yonatan Frimer

Oil growing on trees getting harmed by BP oil disaster, by Yonatan Frimer maze cartoon, political maze

Editorial cartoon maze of a tree that grows oil, and a hard hat worker tells a suit that “This kind of tree won’t survive if that oil slick damages the environment” Created by Yonatan Frimer.
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This maze topic in the news:

Despite the partial success of the new siphon British Petroleum is using to help stop an undersea oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico, the company admits the actual cost of the environmental catastrophe remains quite high.

On May 10, BP reported the price tag at $350 million. In a fresh statement on May 17, cost… (Read More)

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Cartoon Maze of human error effect on stock market

May 11, 2010

Maze Cartoon –  Effects of Human Error on Stock Market

human error in stock market maze cartoon

Maze cartoon editorial showcasing how stocks are effected by human error, buy having a bull represent stocks and a cowboy wrangling him to represent human error.
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Political Maze Cartoon on Comics Sherpa, by Yonatan Frimer
Editorial Cartoon Mazes on Team Of Monkeys
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Maze Topic in the news

Sharp stock market drop likely human, computer error

By Lucas Mearian

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted almost 1,000 points in a half-hour today, the cause of which appears to be human error exacerbated by a market made more volatile by high-speed trades and automatic sale orders that are measured in milliseconds.

Sources said a trader attempting to short-sell 16 million shares of S&P 500 stock, possibly involving Proctor & Gamble profits, entered a “b” for billion instead of an “m” for million. That error sent high frequency traders scurrying, causing liquidity to vanish.

The Dow fell as low as 9,867 points from its previous day’s close of 10,868 before rebounding to 10,464 points by the close of the market today.

Chris Nagy, managing director of order routing strategy at TD Ameritrade, was moderating a panel on market structure at a trade operations conference at about 2 p.m. EST, when he was notified of the market drop.

“It seemed a little suspicious at the time. That’s our conclusion,” Nagy said. “But we’ve warned the SEC [U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission] of a lot of the problems created with some of the high-frequency trading in the marketplace.”

“When you have some algorithmic error, which this is appearing to be, the impact of that trade caused the pricing in the markets to collapse,” Nagy continued.

For example, Nagy said some of TD Ameritrade’s client orders, where the normal price of the stock was $60, received trade fulfillments at .11 cents.

In another example, The Wall Street Journal’s MarketBeat blog reported one stock price on Accenture’s platform plummeted from over $40 at 2:47 p.m. to $.01 at 2:48 p.m. today.

“So clearly there was a flaw in the system and there were some algorithmic events that triggered a much more cataclysmic event in the marketplace,” Nagy said.

At the time of the drop, the Dow had already dipped about 300 points due in large measure to….(Click here to read the rest of the article)