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May 26, 2008

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I've seen the website for these ter-lets before.

Um... how was it?

My only good foreign toilet story (I think that might be the title of my next collection: Foreign Toilet Stories) is that the Kunsthaus in Zurich last year set up a working toilet in front of the museum right in view of a busy intersection and encased in that stuff they use for viewing windows at police line-ups-- where you can see out but they can't see in. So you're peeing and it's like the nightmare where you have to go in full view of the world. I did it. It was kind of fun.

Jill, er, they've never been able to perfect that one-way mirror stuff, although they tell you they have. At a certain angle, you can see right through, clear as day. We--we thought you knew that.

Is THAT how those pictures got up on that website?

jae

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