Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey returns with a joyfully rambling rumination on a host of Dudeist topics, from George Carlin to the Port Huron Statement to the End of the World As We Know it. If the end is indeed near, then we all better take er easy as fast as we possibly can! And if it isn’t, well then, uh, same strategy. That about wraps er up!
Rev. Ed Churchman looks at the relationship between Dudeist holy folks (Dudeciples) and the Dudeist lay population (Dudes). Just as with other religions, we need both the fully dudevout and the deeply casual — the Dudeist high-erarchy happily welcomes followers of varying dudegrees.
Our man on the cinematic scene, Chalupa from Lebowskipodcast chimes in with this heartfelt paean to the suffering of dolphins and current efforts to help them – including a dramatic activist movie called The Cove. The Dude minds too, man. Check out the clip of Jeff Bridges talking about dolphins on the Conan O’Brien show.
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.
Italian Dudeship Andrea Favro takes a look at one of the gutters in the bowling tournament of life — depression. He’s got a few great tips to help us always look on the bright side of life. Even when darkness warshes over.
You’ve probably heard of the Chinese art of feng shui, but get ready for rén shui, the Dudeist art of really tying your room together. Reverend Ed Churchman discusses ways to get your private residence flowing in harmony with your own Dude Way.
It’s been a while since the Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey treated us to a No Frame of Reference, but the good Reverend has a New Year’s present for the assembled Dudeocracy. This gem of a ramble discusses the nature of the Sabbath and his recent appearance on a radio show. Auld Lang Shit yeah!
After a long sabbatical face forward through the glorious muck, Rev. Art Schaub (aka Dudeman Nature) returns with a brilliant essay on the ecology of The Big Lebowski. Turns out that the behavior of the main characters mirror different survival strategies of wild animals! It’s Dudecology 101, man.
Dreaming of a White (Russian) Christmas? Tis the season to be Dudely, and Rev. Ed Churchman gets into the spirit (and spirits) of things by showing how Christmas can be a very Dudeist holiday. Merry Dudemas, everyone!
Once again the good Rev. Hieronymous Moondog brings the new shit to light. Or in this case, old shit — he pays respects to that most venerable Dudeist sage Chuang-Tzu, one of the Dudefathers of Taoism. And with Chuang Tzu in mind, he also suggests an interesting idea for a semi-sequel (distant prequel?) to The Big Lebowski.