Everybody else is making memes, why not me? I was going through the old transcripts and saw this little bit that I thought was a pretty good quote (if I do say so myself — ego much?).
Bad Buddhism In The Ring The Bad Buddha talks about the combat applications, and possible origins, of Buddhism. First podcast March 18. 2016 BBR Episode 86
Bad Buddhism on Trial The Bad Buddha talks about his experiences during a month of jury duty. First podcast December 2, 2015 BBR Episode 85
Going in for jury duty, there was a line to get through the security checkpoint. As we did the zombie shuffle through the winding rat maze, I noticed a tiny little roach struggling to find its way out of the gauntlet of shambling feet. The girl in front of me, watching only the people in front of her, rounded the… Read more »
Shadows and Substance The Bad Buddha talks about the (un)helpfulness of metaphysical arguments. First podcast October 24, 2015. BBR Episode 84
What to Talk About The Bad Buddha talks about the difficulties of coming up with podcast topics. First podcast October 5, 2015. BBR Episode 83 Inviting comments on this one! What do you think?
Been busy and a little unwell this past week, but doing okay. Episode 83 has been written but I won’t be able to get it online until next week. By at least Tuesday is my goal. Thanks for your patience!
Digging in the Dirt The Bad Buddha talks about how we tend to find whatever we’re looking for, even if it was never there in the first place. First podcast September 17, 2015. BBR Episode 82 Book discussed in the podcast: Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie
New blog post on my personal site about a real-life lesson I learned through RPGs about paying down debt. Head over to www.ryucope.com to check it out!
My 9-year-old great-niece was in trouble yesterday and we were talking about how bad stuff happens and how good stuff happens. In typical kid fashion, she said she only wanted good stuff. This bit came to me as I was trying to explain that life is made up of both and that was what made life interesting (and fun). “After… Read more »