Rev. Wu Li discusses Socrates and socratic ignorance at length, delving dudely into the roots of truth, comedy and other far out what-have-you.
The Dudely Lama, Oliver Benjamin has created a life size painted elephant sculpture that looks like The Dude to help raise money for Asian elephant conservation. Come check it out at Doheny State Beach in California this Saturday and hang with the Lama.
Rev. Madaline Fogelsong decided to give thanks every day for a week to the things in her life that deserve it. Dudeism was one of those who were thankied. And a Dude day to you, ma’am!
Rev. Mark Walter describes a recent nervous breakdown and his subsequent rebirth through just takin’ er easy, discovering Dudeism and founding his own Dudeist monastery. When you come to the end of your tether, get a new tether, man.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey tells us about a recent far out radio show in which various notions about the word “dude” and its history are dudescussed and dudeliberated upon.
Rev. Andre Milewski pens a Taoist/Dudeist verse for us to ponder on. A little unperverted perspective for these troubled times, man.
Dudeism doesn’t have many rituals but that doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy a good rite with friends and family. Am I wrong? Rev. Purdy imagines what a Dudeist baptism might be like. Careful man, there’s a beverage here!
We received an amusing letter from compeers-in-arms at slowdownnow.org. Apparently our meet-and-greet with them was much obliged. Shame we don’t remember much from it. Probably smoked too much Thai stick…
Rev. Boston Rockbury reviews Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest opus, “The Master” and tells us why it’s so far fucking out, man. What’s more, it looks like Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Brandt has been reincarnated in a totally different role.
Our pal c.c. keiser, proponent of the Do No Harm philosophy and admin at our forum talks about lucky pennies, karma and personality. Let’s join him on a pleasant ramble while levitating through the forest.