It's not, though I disagree with it. What's unreasonable and seems silly to me are the claims that: 1) "I can write any Dylan song with my eyes closed" (it even sounds like something a kindergartner would say). 2) "Dylan is simplistic in comparison" (And I think he's not That's called a difference of opinion.) 3) "If you know anything about literature and poetry you should know that Cohen is the better writer." (There are probably a bunch of us here who know a thing or two about literature and poetry and don't know this, precisely because it's not something we "should" know. It's merely something you have an opinion about. This is not about knowledge or knowing facts.) 4) "The hell with Dylan . . ." (Needs no response.) As for substance, I'm not about to sit here and argue with anyone who's better between Dylan and Cohen. I love them both too much to stoop to that kind of game. I'd be willing to compare and contrast them, which would seem a reasonable exercise, though not here since it's OT. But play a childish game of one being gospel, the other going to hell, not interested.