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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Not Enough Pepper

You may be familiar with "Pepper...And Salt," the only comic strip appearing in the Wall Street Journal. It offers wry wit and observations that often has a political or economic thrust.

Well, sometimes I think the comic needs to push the envelope a bit more. So, from time to time - when the moment hits me - I'll be presenting my slightly altered version of "Pepper...And Salt".

Caution: Contains adult themes and language:


If I would spent one more second analyzing it, I wouldn't have reproduced my altered "Pepper-Salt" cartoon here. It's not that I don't think it's funny, I do - nor do I think it's in bad taste. However, I should have been more cognizant of the language. The cartoon now can be found by clicking here.

Fair Use cited for reproduction and alteration of "Pepper...And Salt" under Fair Use Section 107 U.S. Copyright Code, "for [non-commercial use and] purposes of commentary, criticism, reporting, and satire and parody."


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