A little something for down under #vajrayanabandnames

Picture of Traleg Rinpoche teaching in the Blue Hills of Australia in 2010 instagramed by the old man to illustrate this episode in which the Naropa Prarie Dogs discuss Traleg Rinpoche

The old man doesn’t want to talk about Traleg Rinpoche.

He doesn’t want to get into it.

He’s tired.

Allen replies.

“The old man is watching the World Series.”

Ogyen Trinley Dorje is between a rock and a hard place.

Sally replies.

“An obvious option available to Ogyen Trinley Dorje is to come up with a second child and raise him, or her, that would be something, in Australia, as a second Traleg Yangsi.”

Sally continues.

“I believe there are two Bardor Tulkus, for example.”

Allen replies.

“The Duplicate Tulkus, I saw them in Seattle in 1991.”

Too random, save it for Twitter.

Allen continues.

“#vajrayanabandnames”

Perhaps it is a bit too late in the day here in Chicago to discuss something happening in Australia.

Sally replies.

“I want to know why there can’t be two Traleg Tulkus, shut up Allen, yes, the duplicate Tulkus, so that everybody concerned gets what they want.”

Virginia replies.

“For some of us preserving Tibetan Tradition means something.”

Karl replies.

“Tibetan tradition doesn’t trump the fact of the matter.

Karl continues.

“Traleg Rinpoche not only escaped Tibet, he escaped India, for love, only to resurface in Australia in the 1980’s.”

End scene. Fini.

Another episode of Pulp Buddhism brought to you by the Naropa Prairie Dog Players and by viewers like you, thank you for your support.

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