The only Super Bowl ads that have bought out the haters seem to be the Bob Dylan ones.
The dilemna is that everyone has their own version of Bob Dylan.
There’s the Joan Baez Dylan, the young, folk-singing, revolutionary one.
There’s the musical adventurer who leapt into a mash-up of Nashville and New York Cool and heaps more.
When everyone has their own favorite Dylan, there’s outrage when a new layer of his personality is revealed. He’s not being the Dylan we know and love, wo whatever it is he’s doing now is wrong.
Are the Chrysler ads just another facet of Dylan? Perhaps he needed the money? Perhaps he wanted to experiment again in some way. Who Knows. There’s no law saying he has to be our favorite Dylan. Do your thing Bob, it’s your right.