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John Pritchett

John Pritchett is an award-winning cartoonist. He has created artwork in Hawaii for decades, including 20 years at the Honolulu Weekly. See his portfolio on the web at: pritchettcartoons.com. Opinions are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Civil Beat’s views.


Pritchett junk cars May 2022

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About the Author

John Pritchett

John Pritchett is an award-winning cartoonist. He has created artwork in Hawaii for decades, including 20 years at the Honolulu Weekly. See his portfolio on the web at: pritchettcartoons.com. Opinions are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Civil Beat’s views.


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Like the state bird or flower, the abandon car should be a symbol of local disrespect some pigs have for the a'ina they so protest stolen from them personally. Same folks that deface and destroy public property. Complete disrespect for the land and society in general.

wailani1961 · 1 month ago

Artwork was missing our super ugly utility poles and tangled rats' nests of wires. No pride in work. Need training in straightening and clipping lines.

Concernedtaxpayer · 1 month ago

Locals have trashed these islands for years . I remember in high school (60’s) going to Diamond Head look out and peering over the wall to see mountains of plate lunch containers and other garbage. Malama da aina!

tokenhoale · 1 month ago

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