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Dr. Seuss: Putting Rhymes to Good Use

“His name was Theodor Geisel, the man who coined the word “nerds”, and wrote Green Eggs and Ham with just 49 words.” Pop culture critic kaptainkristian honors Dr. Seuss with a video essay delivered in the author’s signature poetic meter. Transcript here.

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