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Editorial cartoon for Dec. 31, 2023

Editorial cartoonist Dave Whamond draws on the coming new year 2023.

Cartoon for Dec. 31, 2022
Editorial cartoonist Dave Whamond draws on the coming new year 2023.
Dave Whamond
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This cartoon is the opinion of the cartoonist Dave Whamond . Send feedback to: cartoons@wctrib.com .

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