Flarf experiment 2 – Scratch Window

Photo by Tom Scott, available on Flickr through Creative Commons http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomscott/12112639/

Photo by Tom Scott, available on Flickr through Creative Commons http://www.flickr.com/photos/tomscott/12112639/

Created by Mary Jacob 12 February 2013, using a variation of the Flarf technique

All types of damage.
Your nail hits
a science and education tool aimed at
a lightweight and highly configurable
squeak.
The result is
all types of damage,
which stays open after
the intended behavior.
A shrinking
vandal
on today’s high street,
while functional,
is a result of
young customers’
DJ performance.
A blade that traces the arc of the
game
prevents
language for everyone.
You have at least the beginnings of the dreaded
open
bar.

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