Reverend Gary M Silvia catches up with director Khashyar Darvich, and talks with him about Dudeism and his new film. Playing to a packed house, Dalai Lama Awakening had a showing at Railroad Square Cinemas in Waterville Maine, and the Dudespaper was there.
Rev. Austin “Auz” Lawrence sends us this report on the fun and games, as well as a healthy dose of Dudeist philosophy to be had at the first ever LebowskiCampFest. Attendees channelled their inner-Dude, and in the spirit of abiding had a very unigue camping experience. LebowskiCampFest seems to have been a fantastic success, Rev. Auz and friends are true achievers, and proud we are of all of them.
Peter Merel, our collaborator on the Dude De Ching has come up with a very cool technology to help create more innarestin’ conversations on the Internets. It’s like the Facebook “Like” on steroids (or maybe white russians). It’s your roll, Dudes!
Though it may have been a strenuous undertaking for the Dude, running can be a profoundly calming pastime for many people. Rev. Aaron Brattan discusses his dudely take on what it means to abide at high speed while surrounded by spandexed compeers.
Rev. Glenetta B. Krause helps us get limber by adhering to a strict yoga bowling regimen. What is that, some kind of Yobowling? Bowlga? Bowlasana? Whatever you call it, it’s a far out idea to help us roll our way into the semis of life.
Rev. Jeff Yeager has long been a guru to us goldbrickers – his popular website The Ultimate Cheapskate has helped dudezillions worldwide become slyer in the running when it comes to saving bones or clams or what have you. In this article he outlines ways for we Dudeists to feed the monkey more easily by sharing our stuff with our compeers.
One of the main contentions of Dudeism is that we can be more productive by being lazy. Rev. Tim Gertsch offers incontrovertible proof that such a thing is possible. He can get you a TPS report by three o’clock! Loaf and learn, Dudes.
There’s a new Dudeist section in town, and it’s called “Fabulous Stuff, Man.” We welcome Dudeist reviewers to point us towards anything they find particularly “dude” out there. It’s just like, your opinion, man. But maybe it’s someone else’s too.
Rev. Tim Gertsch discusses dudely footwear and suggests that people stop giving crocs such a hard time. Many say they look silly. But their weakness is vanity. Uncomfortable shoes are very undude. And worrying about keeping up with fashion? That ain’t regal either.
Hey need someone to sympathize here? We’ve now got free psycho-therapy over at Dudeism.com. Doctor Dude is here to answer all your emotional problems, and what have you.