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Last post 09-14-2007, 9:24 PM by stevewoolf. 23 replies.
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  •  11-06-2006, 7:12 PM 14084

    the stuart davis show

    all fun !! especially got a kick out of his conversation with his unborn child 

     

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  •  11-07-2006, 3:07 PM 14161 in reply to 14084

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    I agree. I liked the show too.

    In a black and white picture....there's a lot of grey junk
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  •  11-10-2006, 7:38 PM 14539 in reply to 14161

    Geeked [8-|] Re: the stuart davis show

    me too, i notice that his uplifting zany behaviour gives permission to me to be more zany
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  •  11-14-2006, 12:20 AM 14839 in reply to 14539

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    Hey, you're funny Stuart!
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  •  11-16-2006, 12:45 PM 15044 in reply to 14839

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    it's hilarious how he incorporates spiritual lingo into his tactics .. like when the special guest drunken asshole says he likes the bottom of the missionary position .. calls it the witness

    the reaction to this kind of show really separates the uptight from the light

     

     

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  •  12-13-2006, 10:18 AM 16449 in reply to 14084

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    watched the 4th one last night .. u incestuous clones naked in your bed of roses in awe of how big it gets .. have u no shame ??!! Wink [;)]
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  •  12-16-2006, 2:38 PM 16694 in reply to 14084

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    just watched the fifth episode .. too funny the benefits of being cloned (call 1-800-clone-me) .. my favorite of them: skipping stages !!

     

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  •  12-16-2006, 3:57 PM 16698 in reply to 16694

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    Well I had to watch the part of Davis talking to his unborn child.  Ofcourse these very controversal questions were answered correctly.  I support stem research.  However my objection to using aborted fetuses for research is not because I feel it is the same as a human.  It has to do with poverty.  Half the world lives on a bowl of rice a day.  In some parts of the world people will sell their kidneys for money.  I thought and maybe I am wrong and my imagination has gone wild.  Wouldn't it be horrible if in some parts of the world poor women got pregnant and aborted to sell the parts for rich research labs?  Selling body parts seems terrible to me.  That is the part I worry about .........I hope that never happens.  Only Stuart can make such a serious subject somehow funny...........


    when two people agree on everything all of the time one of them is not necessary
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  •  03-23-2007, 5:16 AM 20974 in reply to 14084

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    in "shh .. the secret" stu makes the point when one stu using his "thoughts" turns the other stu pink

     

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  •  04-08-2007, 2:05 PM 21557 in reply to 14539

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    the wit of stuart davis is pure genius

    girls you'll love the family at the cabin

     

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  •  04-09-2007, 6:34 AM 21571 in reply to 21557

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    Hi FF,

     

    The ‘cabin’, of course, is the Great Stupa at the Shambhala Mountain Center near Red Feather Lakes, Colorado. It honors the dharma promulgated by the life and work of Chogyam Trungpa, the Tibetan Tulku who died 20 years ago this month.

     

    I had an interest in visiting there since it’s opening some years ago; and last summer i had the good fortune to overcome my resistance to travel (i find it expensive and tiring) and spent 5 days there with Genpo Roshi, Diane Hamilton and several score of like minded (Integral) folks, sleeping in a tent cabin, dining communally, visiting the Stupa, and exploring Big Mind.

     

    Here’s a link with more info:

     

    http://www.shambhalamountain.org/stupa.html  

     

    It is at 8000 feet above sea level; alas, my body is acclimatized at a mere 700 feet here on a hill that overlooks the charming and grandmotherly Fox River visible from where this is written. The fatigue and expense turned out to be a small price for the experience.

     

    Warmly,

     

    Charles

    88W18'28" 41N58'02"

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  •  04-10-2007, 6:06 AM 21629 in reply to 14084

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    good fortune indeed !

    8000 feet above sea level .. sounds like a "peak" experience Wink [;)]

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  •  04-16-2007, 7:34 PM 21808 in reply to 14084

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    just saw the pilot .. and marci outshines the whole universe

     

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  •  08-18-2007, 2:37 PM 27477 in reply to 21629

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    in the "a foothill in the mouth" episode .. the charming stu spitting out health food, surfing the net and ordering pizza on his cell phone has some pretty important points to make amidst his shenanigans

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  •  08-21-2007, 9:46 PM 27585 in reply to 27477

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    Gotta love the playful way that Stu puts multiplicity on the map.  He gets good mileage from his clones & leaves Michael Keton wishing that he had made better use of his clones in the film "Multiplicity".  He're my all time best use of clones on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the highest. 

    Star Wars- using clones to take over the world - how very red - "boooo shouts green from the stands"  but they did have cool costumes.  rating- 3

    Multiplicity- using clones to get all your tasks done to have more time with your spouse + bad comedy "she touched my pee-pee Steve" says the copy of a copy clone to the original.  rating -2

    Stranger than fiction- Great use of a specific voice in your head & a great way to introduce the concept + Will Ferrel = comedy with a message -rating 7

    Stu's Clones are by far the most animated and are given the space to be the dysfunctional misfits that they actually are.  He empowers clones everywhere to come out of the closet and get embodied -rating 10!


    The power of the imagination is being realized. Being realized is the power of the imagination.
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