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. Diana Diaz takes a look at the incredible (and powerful) vagueness of the word “dude”, making the point that since it can apply to everything, it should also apply to women. We couldn’t agree more, dude.
We’ve discussed Great Dudes in History quite a bit, but what about Great Dudes of the Future? Rev. Richard Parsons identifies a future dude featured in Star Trek who suffered tribble tribulations but didn’t let it get him down.
Any good magazine worth its salt (and/or tequila) must have lists of tips to help get through the whole durn human sit-com. Timmy Dude provides a few helpful hints on how to avoid having a rough day. Way to go Timmy!
Ryan Hatfield shows his Dude colors by comparing Dudeism to Taoism in a thoughtful essay. And it’s Tao te Terrific.
17-year old Cody Brown proves he’s got an old soul in his personal account of what Dudeism means to him.
Lone Dude helps get us in the right frame of mind for the new year by suggesting we leave the economic crisis to the folks who caused it. Our revoution is not over – in fact, it’s just getting started.
Rev. Dennis Gillman wonders whether we might ever see special education programs to help produce more dudes in society. Can Dudeism be taught? This is our homework.
Our new columnist, J.B. Enzed provides scintillating words of Dudeist wisdom – namely, that wisdom itself is easily faked, especially in an academic setting. Think you don’t have the necessary brains for a, necessary brains for a higher education? Think again. But don’t think too hard. It’s not necessary.