The Mean One Who We Love

When we push the boundaries far to the edges of the creative spectrum we are remarkable, even years later.  Dr. Seuss would have been 109 today.  His work continues to be a high watermark for young readers and adults who thrive on the simple philosophical prose of a his fantasy world.  Had Dr. Seus trended towards normal, his impact would have been minimized.  Instead we recognize his iconic characters and celebrate his artistry which is passed among generations.   

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