--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer 
> <fairfieldlife@> wrote:
> > on 4/8/06 8:09 AM, TurquoiseB at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > 
> > > Laugh while you can, Monkeyboy.
> > > 
> > > (Trivia question here...who can name the movie
> > > that the above quote comes from?)  :-)
> > 
> > Buckaroo Banzai?
> Give that man a kewpie doll.  :-)
> One of the great cult films of all time.

I mentioned that a Buckaroo comic is coming out, didn't I? Done by 
the guys who did the movie. The preview comic has a great editorial 
about the way in which Buckaroo was buried in Studio Limbo for so 

RIghts, rights, who owns the rights? Actually, they're STILL not 

> > > And to be even more in your face, death is going to
> > > happen -- to YOU -- far sooner than you want it to.
> > > You personally are going to DIE within twenty years,
> > > and probably closer to ten.
> > 
> > Why so soon? Is Shemp 75?
> No particular reason, and it may not be true.  But
> he IS going to die, and if he manages to live the
> rest of his life as incurious and as unwilling to
> exert *any* effort to learn anything new as he has 
> during the last few years, he'll face that death as 
> ignorant of what it's all about as he is today.
> For some reason, that just struck me as sad this
> morning, and so I wrote what I wrote.
> Periodically, Shemp decides to trash the Dalai Lama
> and Things Tibetan for -- as far as I can tell -- no
> other reason than to be a troll and to be provocative.
> He knows *nothing* about the Dalai Lama, nothing about 
> Tibetan history, nothing about Tibetan Buddhism, and 
> doesn't really *care* to learn anything or intend to
> *ever* learn anything about it. Where this subject is
> concerned, Shemp is what I termed a "typical American" 
> -- Ignorant And Proud Of It.
> I just got tired of putting up with his troll act
> is all, and decided to call him on it.  If he actually
> has any desire to *learn* something about Tibet and
> its approach to death, dying, and reincarnation, I
> will be happy to interact with him.  But for that to
> happen, he has to do his homework, and read a book
> called "The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying," by 
> Sogyal Rinpoche, Patrick D. Gaffney, and Andrew Harvey.
> If he does, I'll interact with him on the subject of
> Tibet and its philosophies. If he doesn't, I'll continue 
> to treat him as the ignorant adolescent he seems content 
> to be, and to be until he dies.

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