by adam mathes
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April 8, 1997

Sometimes I think of Wendy’s as a library without books. Without records, magazines, maps, or videos. Without a rare books room, and without an Information Desk. As such, it is the most pleasant library I’ve ever visited. It offers one text – on reserve and on view. This text explicitly organizes the way we feed ourselves. And it allows us to act as though a greater significance has never been attempted.

– Joe Wenderoth, Letters to Wendy’s

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