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Andrea D.

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2007, 06:24:08 PM »
I mean "beer" man...the oak soda ya know...no bear.
But sometimes you eat the bear and sometimes the bear eats you.
a bummer.
Dime Sandra.ĦĦQue ridiculo!!

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #16 on: March 04, 2008, 12:09:17 PM »
No mention of Marcel Duchamp as a great Dude in history?  After giving up on painting, this brilliant Dadaist-Surrealist invented the Readymade: find a banal/utilitarian everyday object, take it out of context, call it art, sell it, get paid for it.  Great Duchamp quote: "My capital is time."  I mean ... Joni Mitchell?!  Duchamp's a much more obvious choice.

Another great Dude: J Mascis of Dinosaur Jr.  J virtually invented the '90s Slacker ethos.  If J ain't a major Dude, this Dude doesn't know who is.

Love and sweet dreams to everyone ...

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #17 on: March 23, 2008, 06:15:39 PM »
i say ???
maybe i was suposed to post here?

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i reapeat myself, but i can't help noticing this is an awesome site :D

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #18 on: May 30, 2008, 04:16:33 PM »
I'd like to nominate Harris K. Telemacher as an honorary dude.  He's the wacky weatherman in the movie L.A. Story.  He spends his spare time rollerskating through the metropolitan museum of art in Los Angeles but his thinking has gotten to be very uptight. (He's had seven heart attacks- all imagined which is to say he was very unhappy but didn't know it because he was so happy all the time.)  But then  a freeway signpost speaks to him and helps him to find abiding happiness in the form of a special lady friend played by Victoria Tennant.  (Harris is played by Steve Martin who also wrote the script.)

L.A. Story is deeply mystical and is the only other movie in addition to The Big Lebowski
the Tiki Dude can watch over and over and never grow tired of.  It too has generated a bit of a cult following- or so I've been told.       

   

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #19 on: June 16, 2008, 12:24:25 PM »
  Howdy there dudes dudettes and the just curious,...

 Anyway I would like to nominate the guy who immediately sprung to mind when confronted with this thread...

 the late great..  err,..
oh yeah, the sailor and sometimes crappy actor what's izname..
 umm,. hang on a minute,.. it'll come to me...

 you know?.. umm,..

 Sterling Hayden,..

 God I love Google...

 here with the dude himself is the dude's dude,.. dude dudettes and you curious fascists.

 


 you tube video of the dude and the dude's dude...
   http://youtube.com/watch?v=HwFx19Vi5vg

 more info:
 http://www.12gauge.com/people_2003_hayden.html

 from Voyages:
 

 P E A C E...  :-*


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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #20 on: June 22, 2008, 04:52:03 PM »
Quincy Jones???....huh? what? why? :-\
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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #21 on: July 29, 2008, 01:41:22 AM »
I dont know if animals can be dudeists but if they can i think Balloo the bear should be nominated man. Oh yeah snoopy is too. Balloo the bear is from Jungle Book (1960 something film and book). He's a bear that preaches about
"bear (bare) necessities". He stays in the forest and sleeps under trees and scratches his back occassionally. He floats around on a river and picks fruit from the forest.
His complete theme -
Look for the, bear (bare) necessities,
The simple bear necessities,
forget about your worries and your strife
I need the, bear necessities,
Of mother natures recipes,
just the bear necessities of life
yeah man.

I think Balloo is a prime animal candidate..if you;re not into the whole brevity thing.

Second is a pair - calvin and hobbes. From the popular comic strip. Calvin is as spaced out as any dude. Hobbes likes to sunbathe. calvin is a 100% pacifist, as this can be seen when the bully moe beats him up and he doesnt do much. Hobes likes tuna sandwiches and likes to think hes real. Calvin spends large amounts of time in front of the tv and detests sports and conformity. Prime dude candidates i think,. But thats just like my opinion man,. 6 year olds dude.

Tommy chong. Nuff said. Especially him as Leo. Far out

Dave brubeck. Jazz maestro. Will play with just about anybody on stage. Hes 87 years old and thats due tot he fact that he never pushed himself in life, just went with the flow. Take 5 is the most chilled out duder song ever *(besides the creedence). Rumour has it that he ate food, smoked a lot of reefer and had a few beers. Dont know whether he had caucasians.

Though he is already on the list, Mahatma Gandhi, the father of my great country. he did not watch his buddies die face down in the sand.

P.G Wodehouse's characters Bertie and Wooster. Bertie eats big breakfasts and smokes cigarettes. He half heartedly chases tails and thats when his butler Jeeves helps him out. All he says is "Yes sir" and "no sir" and " I wouldnt agree sir". He's also very very funny- like our modern day dude. Good candidate. He also quit his white collar conformity job to start writing...quarter-time. Died at ripe age of 93. Thats a bummer man. Mind if i do a j ? Im out of suggestions.

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #22 on: August 03, 2008, 07:03:42 AM »
I agree, Baloo's a dude.
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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #23 on: August 03, 2008, 02:07:46 PM »
I second the nominations of Calvin and Hobbes
Any man who doesn't know how to cook deserves every bad meal he ever gets.   -Richard "Dick" Leary   (1930-1997)

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2008, 05:08:09 PM »
I think Thomas Pynchon should make it.  Thre main qualifications:  1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  2.  Shuns public exposure and 3, related to 2, Hired Prof. Irwin Corey to accept the National Book Award for him for Gravity's Rainbow.

While I am at it I think Irwin Corey, The Worlds Foremost Authority should be one too.  Just for his speech in accepting the prize for Pynchon.  Read it here:

http://www.irwincorey.org/routines.html

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #25 on: August 23, 2008, 12:52:53 PM »
I think Thomas Pynchon should make it.  Thre main qualifications:  1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  2.  Shuns public exposure and 3, related to 2, Hired Prof. Irwin Corey to accept the National Book Award for him for Gravity's Rainbow.

While I am at it I think Irwin Corey, The Worlds Foremost Authority should be one too.  Just for his speech in accepting the prize for Pynchon.  Read it here:

http://www.irwincorey.org/routines.html
That's fucking interesting, man, that's fucking interesting.

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #26 on: August 23, 2008, 01:02:18 PM »
I think Thomas Pynchon should make it.  Thre main qualifications:  1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  2.  Shuns public exposure and 3, related to 2, Hired Prof. Irwin Corey to accept the National Book Award for him for Gravity's Rainbow.

While I am at it I think Irwin Corey, The Worlds Foremost Authority should be one too.  Just for his speech in accepting the prize for Pynchon.  Read it here:

http://www.irwincorey.org/routines.html
well, Dude, we just don't know
Any man who doesn't know how to cook deserves every bad meal he ever gets.   -Richard "Dick" Leary   (1930-1997)

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #27 on: August 24, 2008, 03:00:59 PM »
I think Thomas Pynchon should make it.  Thre main qualifications:  1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  2.  Shuns public exposure and 3, related to 2, Hired Prof. Irwin Corey to accept the National Book Award for him for Gravity's Rainbow.

While I am at it I think Irwin Corey, The Worlds Foremost Authority should be one too.  Just for his speech in accepting the prize for Pynchon.  Read it here:

http://www.irwincorey.org/routines.html
well, Dude, we just don't know

1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  ..................jesus, that's good enough for me.  ;D

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #28 on: August 28, 2008, 12:56:01 PM »
I think Thomas Pynchon should make it.  Thre main qualifications:  1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  2.  Shuns public exposure and 3, related to 2, Hired Prof. Irwin Corey to accept the National Book Award for him for Gravity's Rainbow.

While I am at it I think Irwin Corey, The Worlds Foremost Authority should be one too.  Just for his speech in accepting the prize for Pynchon.  Read it here:

http://www.irwincorey.org/routines.html
well, Dude, we just don't know

1. Admitted to using drugs while writing some of "Gravity's Rainbow".  ..................jesus, that's good enough for me.  ;D
Far out, D-buddha
Any man who doesn't know how to cook deserves every bad meal he ever gets.   -Richard "Dick" Leary   (1930-1997)

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Re: Welcome to the "Great Dudes in History" Forum
« Reply #29 on: September 22, 2008, 01:37:55 PM »
I think silent bob from clerks, jay seems a bit wound up you know.
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Lester bangs.
Lester bangs.
Watch almost famous for a more graphic description, he was one of the best journalists of all time.
I'm just looking for a handout like everyone else. Condolances

 

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