Last week, Washington City Paper ran a two-page spread of letters that were “found” among the tons (well, four vans’ worth) of mail and the remains of turtles and birds in the McLean Gardens apartment of postman Robert Boggs. The “letters” (note the ironic use of quotation marks) included a communiqué from Vince Foster to American Spectator writer David Brock and a demo tape from punker Ian MacKaye to the head of CBS Records. Apparently Whitewater wackos and Fugazi fanatics have no sense of humor. So far, City Paper has received about 40 phone calls from readers who believed, or wanted to believe, these dispatches to be authentic. People, we were kidding! If we found Foster’s suicide note, don’t you think the story would eclipse O.J.’s jury selection? Buy a clue, or at least a couple copies of Spy.