Once again, there’s lots of cool new Lebowsk-inspired stuff out there (and in here, too). Lebowski cartoons, new plays and projects, and plenty of what-have-you. Again, we make you privy to the new shit and again you dig our style. We hope!
Hey you can win a free Dude Vinci tee shirt! All you have to do to enter is “LIKE” our new Facebook page.
Our dude-about-town in Singapore, Rev. Kris Leboutillier tells us a harrowing tale from his current job in Afghanistan and how a rooftop barbecue saved his life one fateful shabbos eve. Barbecues that keep you from getting killed? Those are good barbecues, dude.
Just a friendly public service announcement regarding some far out stuff afoot at the Circle D – Dudeism.com. Lots of fun shtuff for leisure-loving Dudes everywhere. Thankee.
Rev. Jorge Eduardo Alcalá really throws rocks tonight in this detailed analysis of the chronology of The Big Lebowski. When exactly does it take place? Lotta ins and outs, lotta what have yous. It all starts with a post-dated check on a fateful day…
A way out west there was this eastern guy, fella by the name of Bernie Glassman. And Jeff Bridges dug his style. They became friends and now work together on humanitarian projects. Dig the rapport between these two Zen misters in an exclusive video at Tricycle, a Buddhist journal.
Chalupa chimes in with a suggestion for a good article on the history of “Dude.” If you define it, it is no dream. There may be no cooler word in history. Except maybe “cool” itself. But that’s not our opinion, man.
Canada’s biggest Lebowski event was a smashing success and Rev. Robert King blathers all about his experience there. Fabulous stuff, man. Our compadres in the Great White North sure know how to throw a garden party, eh?
A quick note to tell everyone about our new chat room. It’s starting off a bit slow — we need to get some critical mass so there will be lots of people to blather to. Drop in from time to time!
Hey it may be a bit late to get this campaign started, but since the new US census is upon us, why not put Dudeism as your official religion? If you’re British, you’ve got a year to get the word out for the 2011 UK census. In 2001 400,000 people put “Jedi” as their official religion in the UK. Dudeism may not be as famous as the fictional Star Wars religion, but it’s surely more real!