A few viewers sound on Boswell's channel sound as if they think this is a cheeky way to treat a hero's words. But I think it's creative and interesting and because it honors the man, its heart is in the right place.
It's the mark of a wide-open mind.
It reminds me of part of a great commencement speech made last year by writer Neil Gaiman.
"Which is, on the one hand, intimidating, and on the other, immensely liberating. The rules, the assumptions, the now-we're supposed to's of how you get your work seen, and what you do then, are breaking down. The gatekeepers are leaving their gates. You can be as creative as you need to be to get your work seen. YouTube and the web (and whatever comes after YouTube and the web) can give you more people watching than television ever did. The old rules are crumbling and nobody knows what the new rules are.
"So make up your own rules."
Boswell, aka Melody Sheep, is doing just that. I like that.