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March 01, 2009

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Jeff

It never occurred to me before that the Dadaists were the inventors of refrigerator poetry. We had a lovely old refrigerator in the lobby of the library for years full of magnetic words for people to play with. We had to keep an eye on it and dismantle the lewd poems, but it was fun to have. I kind of miss it.

John Ptak

Jeff: that's true, you're right; and the Mamaists invented the *not* reading of the refrigerator poetry. Actually, I'd do all of my writing on a refrigerator if I could only get the thing through cable.

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