Hey pallies, likes all you regular Dinoreaders knows that I tries to stay apolitico at this here Dinoblog, but sometimes in the midst of a political post our Dino is lifted up and likes just gotta share 'em with you.
Such is the case for this Dinopost. A dude tagged Alan Palvik has posted a post tagged "The Day of the Pious Scolds" at his blog "Just Above Sunset." As part of the post he lifts up the name of our Dino and celebrates his Dinolegacy and I am postin' that part of post below.
Actually our Dino runs all through the post and if you wanna read everythin' that Mr. Palvik has to say 'bout our great man, likes just clicks on the tagg of this Dinogram to go to the original blogg post. Loves seein' our Dino honored in this way. And, Mr. Pavlik ends his epistle with this very Dinotruthful Dinonote...."Where’s Dean Martin when you need him?"
Indeed, we need our Dino more then ever, and that is why it is so so stellar to see more and more of today's youth turnin' to our Dino to find the answers to life's most important questions. Thanks Alan Pavlik for liftin' up the name of our Dino! Dinodelightedly, DMP
"Dean Martin (Dino Paul Crocetti) ended up out here – splitting his time between Hollywood and Las Vegas, hanging with the Rat Pack – Sinatra, Sammy Davis and the others – and making his mark as a very cool singer, a rather good actor, finally, as an amiable guy who was always slightly buzzed. He cultivated a curious persona – smart, self-confident and, above all else, relaxed and tolerant. He was laid to rest not far from Marilyn Monroe, at that odd memorial park on Wilshire, and he was also a certain American type – loose and happy, and not one bust anyone’s chops. If anyone had a cause or a mission in life – and was full of zeal and self-righteousness – he’d smile at the audience and take another sip of scotch. You’d get the joke. The sanctimonious were amusing, but they weren’t cool. He might cut a check to their charity on the sly, but he’d not tell anyone. You don’t go around doing that holier-than-thou crap. The claim is always absurd."