“I've always been curious about this too. I've never really been too skilled at distinguishing between desires, emotional responses, lust, appreciated connections and likenesses and authentic lasting love. But Baz said he knew. Right at that moment. Please give a listen if you have the time.” Dylan Hollingsworth
“Great story! I remember when it all came out about McCartney being dead, "I buried Paul" @ the end of Strawberry Fields, Playing Revolution #9 backwards for messages, "the Walrus was Paul", cover of Abbey Road - like Dylan's cycle accident, much ado” Hawkeye Pete Egan B.
“Some people sadly turn their eyes and ears away from the beat-up survivors all around us and they miss the nuance, the beauty, strength, weirdness, and character. Listening to and reading this story, you are sad in another way - because you love them” Matt Kreiling
“I've listened to this a couple of times now, the kindness of Elaine is not hidden by the harshness of her experience or lines on her face ” B
“This is the deal. This is the raw beauty that most cant see. I cant seem to find a unforgettable way to say how much it matters to me. But it does.
Jonathan, let's go train hopping. East to west coast.” Dylan Hollingsworth
“I can't stop looking at this. Such simple beauty. I always like when another photographer makes me feel a mild pang of jealousy with how they have captured something. Well played, J Love. ” Dylan Hollingsworth
“The structures and patterns we lock ourselves into will eventually be wiped away and no one will know they were ever there. I find that strangely comforting: everything goes away.” Dylan Hollingsworth
“Dylan, you made me cry. What a thing you stumbled upon. You captured its grace and charm commensurately. ” Daniel Warren
“This is one of the few times I will retell one of my own stories, but the audio has been cleaned up and while still lengthy, hopefully this love story is now more legible. Favorite story i've gathered in some time. Enjoy, friends.” Dylan Hollingsworth
“Thank you Dylan,there are not many left to tell. My father-in law here in Israel was an archivist for the survivors and wrote as many stories as he could before he did.” Lynn Fux