Dayight savings can be a real bummer man or far out. But did you know that it has origins not in getting more work done but in taking er easy? Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey reports!
The Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey reviews Jeff Bridges’ and Bernie Glassman’s new book The Dude and the Zen Master Did he dig its style? Indudeitably.
A lot of people have been letting their thinking get uptight about the so-called End of the World this coming Friday. Well, the Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey suggests we turn it into a big party. It’s our roll, Dudes!
We’re sympathizing here, Walter. The Dude’s best buddy and tortured soul isn’t just a big angry man, he’s also deserving of our sympathy. Rev. Pat Bratton takes a look at the psychology of our favorite S.O.B.
The Arch Dudeship rings in the fool year with this affectionate analysis of the most Dudely holiday of all (after The Day of the Dude, of course), it’s, aahh…You know what I’m trying to say here. It might not be such a…uh…What day is this?
Rev. Ed Churchman takes a good and thurrah look at what makes a myth, Mr. Lebowski. All too often it seems we fail to realize that the truth might not be such a…uh, uh, you know? That is, we sometimes forget how to think mythically. Rev. Ed helps guard us against those who would make too many literal connections.
Rev. Aaron Weintraub comes at us with number onesie in a series of columns about Dudeist parenting. The Dude might have been reluctant to have a little Lebowski on the way, but someone has to perpetuate the whole durn human comedy, right? So what goes into being a Dudeist Dad? It’s a complicated, but cuddly case, man. Doesn’t have to give you a (diaper) rash, if you do it the Dudely way.
In honor of the upcoming Dudestock festival on August 6th, Rev. Ed Churchman tells us a little about the very dudely city of York that will play host to the event. Sounds like a totally unspoiled pad, man. We’re looking forward to doing the usual, driving around, the occasional oat soda flashback.
The best way to avoid responsibilities? With a smile, man. Brian Dean discusses the proper modus duderendi for avoiding what needs to be avoided most. His website Anxietyculture.com has long been a bastion of procrastion. Dig his style here.
Rev. Ed Churchman digs deep once again, with an investigation into the nature of truth and untruth. Natural, zesty enter-lies? Something to sip on, dude.