There are reasons certain sayings persist. Take, for example, the overused and abused saw, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” It survives because it is true. Some things words just cannot adequately describe: Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” or a tropical island. Even describing the effect such sights have on us is woefully insufficient.
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Important physics breakthrough solves the mystery of how dogs drink
Happy Birthday Bob Linkage
Dylan’s 70 Years of Trouble
How Bob Dylan reinvented the rock memoir
Busy Being Born
Dylan at 70
Bob Dylan’s Curious Dotage (via)
Free Bob from the Bobolator cult
Thirty years ago today, my wife and I got married. And while we’re spending family time in our favorite spot on earth, I defer to someone far more artistic with words to express my thoughts:
Travel means a more narrowly focused edition this week. In fact, it should probably be called Apocalypse Edition.
Well, if you’re reading this evidently the world hasn’t ended — yet.
How to Enjoy the Apocalypse: A Post-Rapture Reading List
End of Days book list
Literature for the Apocalypse: […]
We have reached another of those events that occur two to three times a year — all three daughters are home together for a bit. As we (and the dogs) adjust to the increased activity and volume I was struck by something they share. Each of them is working in projects that fall within the […]
This week’s post on being an illiterati was cited as some of the Noteworthy Content of the Week at the blog of the 9rules blog network.
Other activities and commitments will produce sporadic and sparse posting for the near future.
Interesting Reading in the Interweb Tubes
Morgellons: A hidden epidemic or mass […]