Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Hey pallies, likes today's Dino-post proves that indeed very short is often very sweet, and one oughta never measure the depth of a pallie's Dino-devotion by the length of their Dino-reflection. Today we visit with a Mr. Craig Stroud at his recent addition to the blogsphere, "Unavailing Scrim" - Achieving little or nothing; ineffective. A piece of gauze cloth that appears opaque until lit from behind, used as a screen or backdrop; a thing that conceals or obscures something.
In his recent post simply tagged "Dean Martin," Mr. Stroud where he speaks openly and boldly 'bout his long term admiration for our most beloved Dino...." I always admired Dean Martin, especially when I was a kid." And he shares that very very touchin' pix of our great man with his boypallies Dino Jr. and Ricci, as Craig sez it...."a very casual home scene with his sons, making men out of them." And likes I couldn't agree with Stroud more when he concludes, "He seemed the ideal father, classy, warm, handsome and someone for whom drinking made him cooler not scarier." Likes indeed dudes, why of us Dino-holics woulda totally totally desires to be able to call Dino our Daddy-o?!?!?!
Indeed Mr. Craig Stroud's words are few in Dino-number, but pallies they are oh so very very long in depth, purity and truth when it comes to his Dino-devotion. ilovedinomartin says our grateful thanks to Mr. Craig Stroud for his wonderful words of Dino-adulation. To checks this out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this Dino-message. Dino-delightedly, DMP
Another pleasant serendipitous find: "Dino" in a very casual home scene with his sons, making men out of them. I always admired Dean Martin, especially when I was a kid. He seemed the ideal father, classy, warm, handsome and someone for whom drinking made him cooler not scarier. This is the sort of scene fathers had with their sons. "Make a muscle, boy!" You just wanted to be a man.
Posted by Craig Stroud at 11:29 AM
Posted by dino martin peters at 7:21 AM