Does that qualify as your own personal pillar of salt?

Christian blessed salt

Retired barber Joe Godlewski says he was inspired by television chefs who repeatedly recommended kosher salt in recipes.

“I said, ‘What the heck’s the matter with Christian salt?'” Godlewski said, sipping a beer in the living room of his home in unincorporated Cresaptown, a western Maryland mountain community.

Christian. Blessed. Salt.

Does it need a caption? Really?

5 thoughts on “Does that qualify as your own personal pillar of salt?

  1. All I can say is, my mind’s eye immediately rearranged the letters in Cresaptown to read “Crapstown” then I blinked and it became “Creepstown”.
    Guess that about sums it up doesn’t it? :-p

  2. LolHeathen Says:

    March 6th, 2009 at 9:11 am
    Is there a single stereotype not invoked by that quote?

    Weeeel, there were no references to the white sheets hanging on the line outside and the wife barefoot and preggers in the kitchen fetching him another beer. Oh and that the livign room is on wheels. :-p

  3. Why do I have the feeling that, if Jesus were to come back now, Mr. Godlewski would gleefully rub his product into his Stigmata wounds…

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