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Hodin's power mad

Arroyo Grande

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I’ve come to admire cartoonists who are able to deliver a message that is both funny and creative but it seems Mr. Hodin has lost his touch and sunk his head into the sand, by targeting county supervisors (Dec. 25, 2008 and many other editions) whom he doesn’t like, simply because he has the power of the ink. He abuses his power, instead of trying to entertain New Times’ readers with new material. 

Mr. Hodin has proven that he has a very limited IQ, no vision for the future, and a one-track mind.  He must be bored with his life but needs the income. What a sad case. … go figure.

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