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Counter-culture poet, Charles Richard Bean, died yesterday. In 1972, Mr. Bean made headline news after he was denied tenure at the University of Buffalo, set up a tent on the grounds, and went on a hunger strike for two weeks. It was later revealed, a number of coeds were dropping off food and hallucinogens late at night. It was the two best weeks of his life. In his later years, Mr. Bean became a photographer. He is credited with the phrase "wat up wit dat?"

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