Sunday: Hili dialogue

March 19, 2017 • 6:34 am

Good morning!

Today in 1962 Bob Dylan released his eponymous first album. In 1982 the Falklands was invaded by Argentina precipitating the Falklands War. Today is also the birthday of actress Glenn CloseGüyük Khan, third Khan of Mongol (in the 1200s) and in 2000 this day marked the death of Joanne Weaver, right-fielder in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in the early 1950s.

To kick off the morning, here’s Bob Dylan playing around live in concert with Like a Rolling Stone.


In Poland Hili is redefining words to suit herself. It’s a good trick providing you can get others to go along with it.

A: Why are you so puffed-up?
Hili: I’m not puffed-up. I’m dignified.

In Polish:

Ja: Czemu jesteś taka napuszona?
Hili: Nie napuszona, tylko dostojna

9 thoughts on “Sunday: Hili dialogue

    1. Dylan and his estate have been very vigilant about letting as little of his stuff get onto YouTube as humanly possible.

    1. Nice! Wish the filmer had less of a penchant for super close-ups but I guess we’re lucky this is online at all. At least caught a few fleeting glimpses of The Band.

  1. Thank you for the daily wisdom from Hili. It’s almost as though I have a cat of my own.
    Much appreciation to all those involved in posting her dialogue.

  2. Nope. Sorry but Argentina invaded the Falklands on 2nd April 1982.

    On 19th March, some Argentine scrap metal dealers raised an Argentinian flag on South Georgia which is not part of the Falklands.

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