Rev. Ed Churchman takes a look at the divide between science and religion. It might not be such a…a…you know? You’ve got your story, I’ve got mine. Down through the ages. That’s your perception. There’s a lot in Dudeism that can help us bridge the gap. Compeers, you know?
The Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey drops in to take stock of where we are, where we’ve been and where we’re going. This column is a big, fun-loving “You are Here” diagram for the Dudeist community. Big things are afoot at the Circle D this year. This is only the beginning. Here’s to a great 2011 Dudes!
Rev. Ed Churchman returns to the Dudespaper’s fold with an amiable story about ambulating through life. Which path are you going to take when you Westward the Wagons? Advocating the path of loose change, Rev. Ed concludes that the more innarestin path might just be the way to go.
Rev. Ryan Colt Weber is back on the case after a hiatus, and brings us some words of wisdom for the open road: Don’t be unDude while driving, man. If you want the wagons to go westward, you’re going to have to take it easy or harm might be visited tenfold upon your head. In other words, keep your inner Walter tied up in the trunk.
What season is this…is this a uh…? Indeed, it’s summertime, dudes. Time to put on the shades, shorts and minimal footwear and enjoy the dude times the sun has to offer. Rev. Ed Churchman weighs in on the Positive Mental Atta Dude that the fiery orb in the sky provides us for free.
Rev. Hieronymous Moondog presents a Dudeist koan of a piece for us to ponder. To do or to be. That is the question, one Frank Sinatra posed in idiosyncratic style. As Thoreau might have put it, the answer is simplicity itself.
Rev. Ed Churchman returns with a lighthearted Dudeist screed espousing our holy reverence for dressing casually, and when possible, not dressing at all. Human skin wasn’t meant to be covered up so much, so let’s enjoy the summer and let it all hang out. Rev. Ed helpfully suggests some ways you can do this and not get fired.
From his very dudely job out in the desert, Rev. Art Schaub draws a line in the sand, or an article, rather. Bringing an old story to light – Aesop’s “The Tortoise and the Hare” – he shows how it fits right into the Dudeist canon. Down through the ages, across the sands of the Mojave desert.
In the latest installment of the Lazy Wisdom trilogy (which we hope will not remain a trilogy), Rev. Hieronymous Moondog serves up a bowl of beer nuggets of Dudeist Widsom. Touching on ideas and quotes from Dudeist saints both alive and recently passed, there’s plenty in here to help us get through the whole durn human comedy. Parts, anyway.
Ups and downs, stubs and fractures. Arch-Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey recently broke his finger, but he also got to emcee a cool event and witness a far-out concert by the legendary Neil Innes. Now this fella, Innes, is high in the running for Dudeliest Monty Python member world-wide (he’s been called the 7th Python). Enjoy as Duderino Dwayne honors him before the assembled Dudeocracy.