To everybody who's curious about that amazing Dylan/Seuss thing I posted the other day (hi, MetaFilter!): I don't know anything about it, and the guy who sent it to me doesn't either, and it's one of those crazy Internet mysteries. What trips me out about it, though, is not just the awesomeness of Dylan singing Seuss (or Zimmerman singing Geisel, if you prefer) -- it's the fact that it was recorded by someone who knows how to recreate the sound of Columbia Records 1966.

Best MeFi comment: "The odd thing is that hearing the lyrics in this context automatically activates the Dylan-interpretation neurons: 'Once every day and on Saturday twice'... hmm, what does that meeeeeean?"