What is it about refrigerators that compels us to stick stuff on its surface. I’ve got photos of my “So Long STINK-TOWN,” good-bye party. There are remnants of a vegetable and fruit magnet set, where the strawberries are as big as a bunch of bananas and one potato equals a bunch of grapes. Magnetic word sets, spontaneously erupt in sentences during dinner parties and proclaim, “Food is the world of love. Summer showers on a crack morning. Dance, Dance and Dance.” My fridge is a stainless steel wonder with more compartments than I know what to do with. I purposely put vegetables in the fruit bin and vice versa. As you listen to this piece The Dave Project , funded by The Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee, think about what you post on your fridge says about you.