-- Caroline Klibanoff
Friday, July 30, 2010
History repeats itself, we know. So much so, that it appears these weird sets of doppelgangers have occurred, in a weird fluke of time travel, probably. I mean, there's no way that stately Hamiltonian smirk-- the one that made the 10 dollar bill famous-- can exist in two separate individuals (and they're both from New York?). Plus, William Fitzsimmons' "I Don't Feel It Anymore" is equally desolate as, say, a damp, drizzly November in the soul. And have you ever seen Andrew Bird and Ralph Waldo Emerson in the same place at the same time? What about Noah Webster and Jeff Tweedy? Hmm? ...Didn't think so.