#graffiti – another collection of personal musings whilst conducting research of the #davidfosterwallace archive at the Harry Ransom Center, UT, Austin, TX (Day Seven)

There’s a bridge over a canal near to where I live, where someone has corrected the graffiti of another. Grammatical correctness, whether it be a simple matter of spelling or punctuation, cannot be ignored. The writing on the wall used to say, “[someone] loves cocain” – now it says, “[someone] loves cocain[e].”In a similar vein, consider the editor of this little piece:

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I prefer the edited version.

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