Sometimes stealing from the great ones that planted their butts on the earth before us has become a way to keep them remembered whether we bastardize their works for a photo blog, sample them for music or even mention their name they are remembered.
I am no different, I like to thumb my nose at the norms of society in general and love to take what works for me to tell a story or a joke, although sometimes it involves explanations or a history lesson. So get your crash helmets ready this will be a fast one.
As Billy Shakespeare wrote in Romeo and Juliet around the year 1600 … what is in a name?
I now write a skewed version for this blog entry, because let’s face it, it’s a dam Danish and my photos are not that interesting so it needed some gibberish to complete the dance.
What is in a Danish? That which we call a pastry by any other name would taste as cheesy … as you can see I really had nothing here but a full bell and a Cheesy blog entry.
Thanks for the read Bill . . . I would have added a village idiot and an albino killer alligator with irritable bowel syndrome but hey that is me.
“THAT WHICH WE CALL A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET"