There are fonts that I like. And there are fonts that I do not like. Among the fonts I do not like: Comic Sans Garamond Times New Roman I should say that I don’t just not like Garamond. I outright hate Garamond. The problem is that I spent years looking at resumes working as aContinue reading “On Rainy Saturday Thoughts”
I caught the last few minutes of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas before Pushing Daisies, and I had the strangest thought. I wondered how Bob Dylan would approach adapting The Grinch to song. Dylan Hears a Who is well-nigh perfect. But it doesn’t have Grinch. Bob Dylan. He’s such a nutter.
Sometimes, Baltimore feels backwoods. Take, for example, the movie I’m Not There. It’s the Bob Dylan biopic starring Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, and Richard Gere — all of them as Bob Dylan. There’s a review for it in yesterday’s Baltimore Sun. The reviewer didn’t care for the film. Rated it a “C.” GuessContinue reading “On Baltimore Annoyances”
Alas! The wonderful website for Dylan Hears a Who — the concept album of Bob Dylan (or a reasonable fascimile thereof) interpreting Dr. Seuss favorites — is no more. The Ted Geisel estate, it turns out, wasn’t amused. I have mine. I have the mp3s. I have the cover art, front and back. I’ll listenContinue reading “On “Dylan Hears a Who””
I’d occasionally do this about once a month–pull a search log report off the server and see why people are dropping by. Honestly, it was a good way just to make a post; I didn’t have to think to have content, because you good readers gave me the content and a platform to rant, orContinue reading “On Search Phrases”
Bob Dylan Hears a Who. And The Cat in the Hat. And Green Eggs and Ham. Bob Dylan doing Dr. Seuss. 🙂 Okay, it’s not really Bob Dylan. But it’s a reasonable fascimile, and… it works. It works surprisingly well. It’s not just one song, like Fleming & John’s “Winter Wonderland” in the style ofContinue reading “On a Strange Bob Dylan Project”