Today it was announced that the most famous trash in the world will soon be on display at the at the Smithsonian's Museum of American History in DC. The actual envelope containing the incriminating evidence will be part of a display for a program on [url=http://americanhistory.si.edu/events/programdetail.cfm?newskey=547:3h8zzw0p]American Popular Song[/url:3h8zzw0p]. Also on display will be the "27 8x10 glossy photos with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one..." It has not yet been revealed just who the envelope was addressed to, but rumor has it that it was addressed to Bob Dylan (returned to sender - postage due). When contacted for comment, Dylan's manager Jeff Rosen would neither confirm nor deny the rumor. He did allude to the possibility of Dylan making a brief and informal (18 minute and 20 seconds perhaps???) appearance at the museum towards the end of this month to coincide with the [url=http://www.theneverendingpool.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,22/id,53285/catid,6/func,fb_pdf/:3h8zzw0p]release of his first studio album since 2006[/url:3h8zzw0p].