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Hello Robert Thurman!

September 20, 2008

I would like to say hello to the world and in particular to Robert Thurman. This blog is all about Bob. I’m just a Shugden practitioner who is looking forward to hearing Robert Thurman’s response to the Open letter from the Western Shugden Society.

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2 Comments
  1. Lotus permalink

    HI Bob,

    Yes, as you have recently discovered, Dorje Shugden Matters….to a lot of people.

    I am also looking forward to hearing your response:

    Particularly the part about how I, as a Dorje Shugden practitioner, am being supported by the Chinese.

    Oh yeah, and how you feel you can tell me what I can and cannot practice, and at the same time call me sectarian. You should look that up in the dictionary since it is clear you don’t understand the meaning of the word.

    The best part is- I know you are reading this comment because this blog has your name on it. You simply can’t resist reading it, can you?

  2. Thomas Canada/Cedar City,Utah permalink

    “Thurman_ The Early Years Of Taliban Bob”

    Now, we have Taliban Bob in his younger days hanging around the apartment sitting inside an Indian print bedspread exploring the “Other Side” with the Leary LSD program chanting Oh! Mommie, Padre,Oh help me, I’m freaking out on LSD. Help!!!!
    Bob gave the LSD Masters, Ginsburg, Albert, Leary a little help with the translation for an epic work known as the ‘The Tibetan Book Of The Dead”[~ The Psychedelic Experience ~”A manual based on the Tibetan Book of the Dead”
    By Timothy Leary, Ph.D., Ralph Metzner, Ph.D., &
    Richard Alpert, Ph.D. /1964
    The authors were engaged in a program of experiments
    with LSD and other psychedelic drugs at Harvard University,
    until sensational national publicity, unfairly concentrating
    on student interest in the drugs, led to the suspension
    of the experiments. Since then, the authors have continued
    their work without academic auspices.
    Not too many aeons later, Bob ran the “Razor’s Edge” to the Man On The Hill in Dharmasala.
    Became a monk, decided it was too hard and married a model and gave us Uma.
    Not bad for an old acid head.

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