|Asked by News-Sentinel photographer Ian Jonsson on School Street in Downtown Lodi|
|Pam Vernon||Justin Merando||Ashley Poblano||Kevin Smith||Amanda Bounds|
|Blackjack dealer||Teen pastor||Preschool teacher||Retired||Homemaker|
|“I think it’s a tragedy — Hostess, baseball, the American Dream.”||“It is sad. I think they’ll find a way to keep making their cake and treats. People will lose their jobs, and it is sad when two groups of people cannot get along.”||“I don’t really care because I don’t really buy anything from Hostess.”||“I live in Taiwan and I buy a pack of Ho-Ho’s every time I come back. I’ll be disappointed if I can’t bring any more back with me.”||“I think that’s sad. They make some really good stuff.”|
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