In the mid 1970's, when most every artist in the Bay Area had a VHS recorder in their studio, or morphed onto their skull, Steve Kaltenback, (Sacto.) received an envelope in the mail from W.T. Wiley. The envelope contained some dust, and a note: 

  "Dear Steve: I'm sending you some dust from the floor of my studio...send me some from your studio." 

William T. Wiley.

A few weeks later, Wiley received an envelope with the following note inside:

 "Dear William T. Wiley: Thank you for the dust. I was so hungry, I ate it."

Steve Kaltenback

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