I actually know precisely who this is. I cam across the picture in a biography and, well, boggled.I was also amused by the fact people kept referring to him as "a Dude."
Clearly, it's NATHAN.
I find your poll choices to be inadequate to the magnificence of this man, so I went with his celebrated stint as one half of the barbershop duo Teddy & Grover. Shamefully overlooked by music historians, the pair of singing ex-presidents recorded a series of hit wax cylinders for Columbia during the first decade of the 20th Century, including "Root-Toot-A-Caroot" and "If You Light My Stogie (I Will Wear My Hat)." The partnership ultimately dissolved, as so many musical partnerships do, over monetary disputes; however, a reunion tour was planned for 1908, only to be abruptly canceled by Cleveland's untimely death that year.Given the fragility of wax recordings, Teddy & Grover recordings are rare. Last year, a playable copy of "My Darling, My Darling (O, My Darling)" was sold at a Sotheby's auction for more than a quarter-million dollars.(P.S.: hovertext. Just thought I'd point that out for next time.)
(PPS: Or, in the case of Firefox and some other browsers, the bottom bar of the browser window. E.g.)
I fixed it now, Mr. Smartypants!
Well played, my friend!
Out of curiosity, I took a photo of my computer screen with my Android phone's "Google Goggles" application. It did figure it out based on a photo of my screen!I'm impressed. Also, I would have NEVER guessed based on the photo.
Shawn,That's actually outrageously cool...and utterly retarded. All at the same time.:D
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