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August 2012
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Monthly Detritus Report (08-12)

Random chatter from the Monkey Mind as it leaps from limb to limb, howls, scratches its balls and flings feces at passersby…

  • 01
    • Conspiring to commit public nudity.
    • Today’s random thought: “Unlocking the answers, I let the questions sort themselves out.”
    • I’m not a Quaker but I like what they’re saying here: Is it Time to Strip Quakerism Naked?
  • 02
    • Many of my friends happen to be recumbent urinators.
    • RT @gymnosophy: RT @nudismforever: To be fair to everyone out there in tweeter land. I’m only a nudist on days ending in Y.
  • 03
    • RT @iNAKED_Official: RT @RetweetDares: If you sleep naked, retweet this.
    • Phrase of the day: “Pro-ignorance culture” It describes what’s going on so well.
    • Do you know what burns me? Dogs; they’re always telling you to kill someone. That’s why I don’t have a dog.
    • Apparently I’m a yearner — reserved, open to new things, suspicious & cynical, when mind is made up sticks with it. Pretty close, I guess. What Does Your Sleep Position Say About You? via Elephant Journal
    • I did TM for a while about 30 years ago and found it quite beneficial at the time. Now I prefer a more traditional yoga meditation although sometimes I’ll find myself using my TM mantra instead of So Ham. Basic TM is easy, just sit comfortably and repeat the mantra for 20 minutes, twice a day. You don’t have to think about breathing or posture. — Ellen DeGeneres on (Transcendental) Meditation via Elephant Journal
    • This is the approach I’ve taken. I may never get my foot behind my head but that’s okay. — Yoga: A Practice, Not a Performance
  • 05
    • It’s great that modern science is looking at yoga.
    • Watching Rubber for no reason.
    • The Meaning of Life — Every sperm is sacred…
  • 06
    • National Underwear Day? We have a day for garments that are, for the most part, useless, unnecessary and unhealthy?
  • 08
    • RT @gymnosophy: Sleeping naked means never having to buy pajamas…
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  • 12
    • Naked co-ed water volleyball should be an Olympic sport.
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    • “Capitalization is the difference between helping your Uncle Jack off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse.”
  • 16
    • Yeah. “I know the voices aren’t real, but man, do they ever come up with some great ideas.”
    • Finished reading Teaching of Buddha. Next up is The Upanishads.
  • 17
    • So true — If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you. ~ Fred Devito
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    • It’s like that sometimes. Not sure if I’m a nudist, or just too lazy to get dressed… 🙂
    • I’ve always liked Emerson. Emerson’s Declaration of Spiritual Independence. via Elephant Journal
    • A good definition — Definition of Stupid: Knowing the truth, seeing the truth, but still believing the lies.
  • 22
    • “The essence of life is the smile of round female bottoms…” ~ Guy de Maupassant
    • Target is already pushing Halloween costumes. Halloween is still 70 days away! It’s getting too commercial.
  • 23
    • “We were just young, restless and bored…” I’m no longer young.
  • 24
    • “The difference between a GOP convention and Comic-Con is that the people at Comic-Con have a much firmer grasp of reality.” – Bill Maher
    • Had the most awesome charbroiled chicken breasts ever for lunch today — at Georges Family Restaurant.
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    • Installed Mama’s new webcam and got her Skype set up last night.
    • Yesterday was a fluke. At 7:30 I was reluctantly considering wearing clothes. Society has such unrealistic expectations of me.
  • 30
    • Society has unrealistic expectations, period.
  • 31
    • RT @All_Nudist: “Advice is you telling a younger version of yourself what you wish you’d known.” – Nick on Twitter

Compiled from this month’s Twitter and Facebook entries.

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