On this day in 1941 Robert Zimmerman was born. This man came to be one of the greatest songwriters of all time and in any genre of music. Happy 68th B-day Bob Dylan! And "...there was music in the cafes at night and revolution in the air."
I have just written an Impulsive Review of Terminator: Salvation.
This is taken off of www.BobDylan.com, the songwriter's official site:
I have two new pieces that have been published in the Elements magazine. Stay Tuned as I post them (in the upcoming hours) in the Publications Section.
While I awoke, after a long and fantastic night, at sometime shortly after eleven a.m. Being behind in my feeding schedule I hastily made a brief breakfast. That was to hold me over as I made a rather large elevenses meal. I took to my arduous task while playing Bob Dylan's 1964 concert, which began with "The Times They Are A Changin.'" With the tunes in the background I then proceeded to do something I had not attempted since I last cooked it and set it on fire: I fried bacon. I read T.S.Eliot as I cooked and ate, naturally. After the bacon was done I then scrambled eggs with ham and (with my secret recipe) put them in the bacon fat. I made toast, again with no fire, I poured orange juice and made a cup of dark Colombian coffee to top it all off.
Well apparently if you have never been chased by a swan before, and I have not, then you might not know that these graceful birds are among the most territorial and blood thirsty creatures ever observed. As I rested/read/wrote on the beach outside my place yesterday, I had the sh%t scared out of me as two swans fishing in the bay were bombarded by one fierce swan who had laid claim to the lands before me, squawked an ungodly noise and flew at the pair with it's wings flapping madly! I recounted these events in the Poetry Section.
I have turned the tide and started on my journey. Words and Worlds hang in the balance and I am writing it all down before the RJ Tower! Read about my newest novel on CyberwarSeries.com