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From today’s @20x200 newsletter:
WATER FINDS ITS OWN LEVEL HOWSOEVER is our second edition from LAWRENCE WEINER, a man who lives up to his ALL CAPS expectations. With the ocean a mere few feet away from the living room window, we’ve been doing a lot of tide-tracking here on the Oregon coast, and I’ve had ample opportunity to contemplate the “kindred constancy” shared by various bodies of water that I referred to in yesterday’s newsletter about Chikara Umihara's new edition. How nice, then, to round out this week with the source of said constancy—namely, water's own-level-seeking ways.

From today’s @20x200 newsletter:

WATER FINDS ITS OWN LEVEL HOWSOEVER is our second edition from LAWRENCE WEINER, a man who lives up to his ALL CAPS expectations. With the ocean a mere few feet away from the living room window, we’ve been doing a lot of tide-tracking here on the Oregon coast, and I’ve had ample opportunity to contemplate the “kindred constancy” shared by various bodies of water that I referred to in yesterday’s newsletter about Chikara Umihara's new edition. How nice, then, to round out this week with the source of said constancy—namely, water's own-level-seeking ways.

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