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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Jeremy Soffin
The current public service campaign will be up for a few months, Soffin said.
Transportation officials are aware of the popularity of both Poetry in Motion and Train of Thought, "and the rumors of the death of literary work in the transit system have been greatly exaggerated," said Soffin, jokingly playing on the famed Mark Twain quip after a newspaper published the writer's obituary, "The report of my death ... was an exaggeration."