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Submitted by zoequinn 1010d ago | article

Dr. Seuss and the Atari 2600

Josh Dennison unearths a long lost poem "Two Thousand Six Hundred And Me" by the late and great Dr. Seuss.

"I’ve chronicled my time on Mulberry Street,
and spoke rather highly of Truffula Trees,
but my dear friend Jeboop showed me something today
that might be my favorite Catch of the Day..." (Atari, Culture, Retro)

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