. . . Monday April 5, 2004

Like a Rolling Moan

Over the years we’ve grown accustomed to old rock and roll stars eventually dropping the “it’s us against the world (and our hotel rooms)” mentality and allowing their songs or themselves to be used to market products. Clapton sold beer. Zeppelin sells cars. Why not? But Bob Dylan pitching bras? That’s just plain weird. And it’s a lot weirder for Victoria’s Secret than it is for Bob.


Concentration is important!