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Columnist: Sandwiches, cartoons more important than Ali

geeIn the wake of the passing of Muhammad Ali, journalists the world around rushed to their typewriters to pen poignant recollections of the greatest boxer who ever lived.

Not to be outdone, one local writer shared his distinct absence of memories on the champ and offered a unique take on Ali’s place in history: squarely behind sandwiches, He-Man, and Thundercats. While other scribes opted to celebrate the fighter’s athletic prowess, his transcendent personality, and his altruistic character, this one did not.

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