Guess what they found in a 2,700 year old tomb of an ancient shaman? Enough dope to get all of Bedrock high for a week. It’s a stash right out of history.
Rev. Bradley Ducak makes a forceful argument as to why Yoda is a Great Dude in History, and quite possibly the earliest known dude of all time.
The Dudely Lama addresses an important issue – the role of women in Dudeism. Too many folks are unaware that “dude” refers nowadays to both men and women. Moreover, we look into some of the specific challenges facing female dudes and why Dudeism and feminism would make great friends. Might even help each other conceive.
Arch Dudeship Dwayne Eutsey nominates one of the Greatest Dudes in History for our esteemed accolade. Mark Twain was a halcyon harbinger of everything Dudeish in America. Even today, almost 100 years after his passing, he still reads like the languid voice of reason.
Just in time for his birthday, this Great Dudes in History installment pays respect to the man behind The Man (“for his time’n place”) – Jeff Dowd, the dude who inspired the character of “The Dude” himself.
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In this first Sermon, The Dudely Lama extols the sacred virtues of the modern couch. It is both the altar and the pew of The Church of the Latter Day Dude. In many cases it’s also the kitchen, shrine and confessional chamber.
The honor goes to this Great Dude in History, a comedian who just released a posthumous album and cracks us up from beyond the grave.
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A look at the amazing history of the word “Dude” – from its earliest origins in England, all the way across to the Pacific. Westward the jargon. Across the sands of time.