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parody of Andy Warhol, pop-art, and running

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Pop art, Pop-Tarts...I like them both. I treat myself more to the former these days. Once in awhile, Andy Warhol’s work comes through town, and I never miss a chance to go see it. His work is interesting, but I find how he expressed himself in the medium of life even more so. He was prolific in how he created an environment in which other artists could flourish, always urging them to work harder. He was a light.

Pop-Tarts are always in town. Back in the 60's when my breakfast was a wonderfully sweet tsunami, the creators over there at Kellogg’s rocked my world. I'd sit at the kitchen table with a heaping bowl of Sugar Pops in front of me, two toasted Pop-Tarts on one side, a bottle of pop on the other, and all served to me by my Pop: zinga-bing-bing-bing-BING!

Man, I miss those carefree times when we never read labels, just ate what tasted good...and breakfast was sublime.

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Crusted Salt comic strip is a runners unique look at running, racing, marathons, barefoot, and love with an occasional non-running related topic (a.k.a. secular). It is not for children (rated NSFK) as it sometimes includes mature themes, a saucy word or two, and a tad of comical nudity. Updates are muse-driven, so will happen in unpredictable spurts. If you subscribe to the RSS feed, I'll keep you posted. Enjoy——Jimmy