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November 18, 2010

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Next: cut out the middle man/woman completely, the poet, and just have hobo-chic L.L. Bean and Vogue models holding fake book covers on a stage bathed in come-buy-me light with a crowd of provosts from Florida colleges and universities.

Jerry, now you've made me want my own fake bookcover and come-buy-me light. But I'd at least put a few poems inside, even if they were poems that Google co-wrote.

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