January 24, 2011

"When I arrived, it was dead-on winter."

"The cold was brutal and every artery of the city was snowpacked, but I'd started out from the frostbitten North Country, a little corner of the earth where the dark frozen woods and icy roads didn't faze me. I could transcend the limitations. It wasn't money or love that I was looking for...."

50 years ago today.

9 comments:

AllenS said...

Blows on harmonica ♪ ♫

You don't need to be a weatherman --
to know when it's cold outside.

shoutingthomas said...

Have you ever thought of just calling him up and asking him for a date?

shoutingthomas said...

Snark aside, the schoolgirl crush is cute, Althouse.

There's still a little girl inside.

MadisonMan said...

I think Althouse should do a Bloggingheads with Dylan.

shoutingthomas said...

I think Althouse should do a Bloggingheads with Dylan.

Not a good idea.

I don't think Althouse would be faking the orgasm.

I played two gigs this weekend, Althouse. The ladies didn't throw their panties on the stage.

What am I doing wrong?

Sheepman said...

Dylan is still making a dead-on winter impact . He inspired the Steelers against the Jets Sunday.

Triangle Man said...

What am I doing wrong?

Less shouting. More mumbling.

edutcher said...

I thought the post was Ann arriving in Madison.

I was going to say she has turned it into eternal spring.

shoutingthomas said...

Have you ever thought of just calling him up and asking him for a date?

Hubbo might object, unless it's a threesome.

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