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#justsayin takes a look at the NBA Finals

This week, Ford Williams parodies the NBA Finals MVP award and the spectacular performances of the Golden State Warriors. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its third year of publication. Ford is a rising junior at the Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia, and a 2016 honors graduate of Jackson Academy. In 2016, Portico Magazine named ...

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#justisayin takes a look at College Football Playoffs

Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, Ford has lampooned Obama, Hillary, Trump, Dak, Lil’ Wayne, Samsung, Gov. Bryant, Coach Hugh Freeze, HB 1523, Ole Miss, the Neshoba County Fair, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, ...

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#justisayin takes a look at Al Franken

This week, Ford Williams lampoons U.S. Senator Al Franken, author of his 2017 memoir entitled Giant of the Senate.  On December 7, 2017, the former Saturday Night Live writer/performer announced his plan to resign from the U.S. Senate “in the coming weeks.” Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects ...

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CARTOON — #justsayin takes a look at Ole Miss football

This week, Ford Williams caricatures an Ole Miss recap of the football season. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, Ford has caricatured Obama, Hillary, Trump, Dak, Lil’ Wayne, Samsung, Gov. Bryant, Coach Hugh Freeze, HB 1523, ...

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#justsayin’ takes a look at Confederate statues

This week, Ford Williams caricatures the protesters’ intent on removing Confederate monuments from public display. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, Ford has caricatured Obama, Hillary, Trump, Dak, Lil’ Wayne, Samsung, Gov. Bryant, Coach Hugh Freeze, ...

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#justsayin’ tackles the union and Mississippi

This week, Ford Williams selects a Katy Perry hit song for the UAW team traveling back to Detroit after a failed union vote at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, ...

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#justsayin takes a look at Google

This week, Ford Williams adds to the hoopla surrounding Google’s abrupt termination of the Harvard PhD engineer who dared to question the company’s diversity policies and postulated the “male –female disparity in tech could be attributed to biological differences.” Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world ...

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#justsayin takes a look at Amazon

This week, Ford Williams highlights the short-lived and one day reign of Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, as the richest man in the world. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, Ford has caricatured Obama, Hillary, Trump, ...

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#justisayin takes a look at Freeze and Ole Miss

This week, Ford Williams highlights the unexpected resignation of Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze. Ford’s cartoon series, #justsayin, is in its second year of publication.  The irregular and slightly irreverent cartoon series reflects the world views of a Generation Z cartoonist.  In the series, Ford has caricatured Obama, Hillary, Trump, Dak, Lil’ Wayne, Samsung, Gov. Bryant, HB 1523, Ole ...

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