An outdoor picture of a buddhist temple in Thailand

By Jeff Delaney This is a rebuttal to Slate’s article Why I ditched Buddhism published in February 2003 Background Although this article is approaching 10 years of age, I feel it deserves a proper rebuttal. I am not a Buddhist, but I appreciate the philosophy of Buddhism and it’s logical approach towards discovering spiritual wisdom. The Slate […]

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A collection of office jargon and terms are designed specifically for the man or woman assigned to the management of cubicle wage slaves. A competent office manager should have a firm understanding of these terms. Let us start with the letter A. A ABILITY, n. The quality that distinguishes competent employees from those slated for […]

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*Disclaimer – Here you will find nothing but words, words are in no way suited to accurately describe this experience. I has been over 5 years since I experienced. In the two days prior, I had practiced preparing the Ayahuacha brew and consumed progressively larger amounts.The first night, I only consumed a few sips of the […]

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As America continues to plunge into a poverty-stricken police state, there remains at least one symbol of unyielding hope. The Pug provides the model from which we can restore the natural continuation of life. Beyond its stout figure and squishy face, lies a mysteriously powerful entity capable of transforming the human experience. Some might call the Pug lazy, fat, ugly, stubborn, […]

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Everyday in America, millions of wage slaves are subjected to the intensely mundane environment of the office cubicle. Sadly, many of these workers will become financially and emotionally dependent on the cubicle, thus dashing any hope for a better tomorrow. Let us analyze some troubling facts facing America’s growing population of cubicle workers. The Facts 41,250,000 Americans work […]

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Day after day from the day you were born, you have been brainwashed into a narrow line of thought. By manipulating your natural human emotions, advertisers compel you to buy and consume junk that you don’t need. Egomania Much of our consumer culture is built on ego. It is natural for a person to want […]

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