Monday, October 22, 2007

What Global Warming?

Nobel Prizes? Whatever. Bob's gone and done it again.

Still sticking it in the eye to the Establishment, even after all these years. Satire is a funny thing (especially when he makes fun of himself while hawking a gas guzzler Caddie). How can we even think this stuff up? We should have known, though. Here's an excerpt from an April 2007 interview by Jann Wenner in Rolling Stone:

Wenner: What do you think of the historical moment we’re in today? We seem to be hellbent on destruction. Do you worry about global warming?

Dylan: Where’s the global warming? It’s freezing here.

By the way, did you see the Yellow Ribbon? Or that he passes an oil tanker on the open highway? Too much - another sacred cow bites the dust.

Tip of the Mighty TinFoil to RWB for the tip.


Anonymous said...

Trading your little car in for a caddie now?

BabyBlue said...

Only if it comes with that driver.


Ana said...

great blog. love it.

The Catbird said...

Thank you Mr. Zimmerman! If ya' got to schill, schill with verve.



Br_er Rabbit said...

Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers, are wont to say, Click: "Don't drive like my brother;" and Clack: "And don't drive like my brother.

Well, don't drive like Bob. At least if you're in a state where a double yellow line is supposed to mean something.

Faith said...

I think Bob is a lot more worried about Global Jihad than Global Warming. Listen to Infidels...especially Neighborhood Bully -- the ironic song about Israel.