Found this a couple years ago in a book (Hunter Thompson’s “Hell’s Angels”) that I picked up somewhere… garage sale… ex-girlfriend… who knows. It’s at least ten years old but probably closer to twenty. I mailed it to the address on the card with a note but have had no response. Been trying to work “So far I have seen everything, well almost nothing” into a song.
We were camping and, after going on an afternoon hike, we came back to our car to find this note under the windshield wiper. My wife really hates it when I announce that I am going to do that. Gross, but informative.
Last week, as I was driving home from work, I noticed a white bag under my windshield wiper blade. I get close to my house and have to wait at the train crossing. I check inside the bag and find this note and a snack bag of chocolate covered Door County cherry raisins, and a plain snack bag of cherry raisins.
FOUND by David in E train from Queens to Manhattan, New York
Found on the subway. So many things to ponder here: the use of a half of a paper with a pixilated wreath on the back, the date written at the top (the first World Trade Center bombing), the gentle script.