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Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate it more with destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsy and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate it more with destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsy and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate it more with destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsy and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate it more with destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsy and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

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Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate it more with destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsy and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

Cartoonist Blythe Blakeman used to love the Santa Ana winds, but nowadays tends to associate them more with the destruction that the Thomas Fire wreaked on Ventura County last year, as well as the current Californian Woolsey and Camp fires. Credit: Blythe Blakeman / The Foothill Dragon Press

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  1. Sallar Farokhi on November 12th, 2018 3:37 pm

    ok now this is epic

     

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