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Dick Adair loses Honolulu Advertiser job

The Honolulu Advertiser is planning on 50 or more cuts in its employees. While the exact number of jobs is still being worked out, Wayne Cahill, administrative officer of the Hawaii Newspaper Guild, has stated that longtime editorial cartoonist Dick Adair’s position will be eliminated.

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#1 Ted Rall
July/21/2008
@ 9:46 am

No worries. I’m sure the citizens of Honolulu will be able to find plenty of trenchant, hard-hitting editorial cartoons tackling local and state issues of concern to them in…in…

#2 Beth Cravens
July/21/2008
@ 10:03 am

Publishers are so stupid. “Let’s ditch the one thing that people like to look at.” stooo-pid

#3 Clay Jones
July/22/2008
@ 11:05 am

No worries. Iâ??m sure the citizens of Honolulu will be able to find plenty of trenchant, hard-hitting editorial cartoons tackling local and state issues of concern to them inâ?¦inâ?¦

…in the Star-Bulletin.

#4 Heather MacGregor - Falls of Clyde lover.
August/9/2008
@ 6:44 pm

Dick’s Falls of Clyde ONE cartoon totally captures the wee lady’s plight to warn the public of the covert neglect by Bishop, hopefully in time to save her.

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