A Tibetan Buddhist and a non-dualist walk into a bar…

Picture instagramed by the old man of this image of a Playboy cover from December 1969, he googled images for Allen Watts and this came up, to illustrate this episode of Pulp Buddhism in which the Naropa Prairie Dog Players attempt to improvise the following scene, a Tibetan Buddhist and a non-dualist walk into a bar…

Caroline begins.

“The old man and Babs are in the process of bringing out a print version of Pulp Buddhism for themselves.”

Sally replies.

“Good for them.”

Sally continues.

“Whatever floats their boat.”

Allen replies.

“You say that like print isn’t worth their effort, there’s nothing left to be done with the printed page.”

Virginia replies.

“You’re not only a Communist, but a Luddite, for good measure.”

Allen replies.

“You say that like.”

Allen adds.

“Never mind.”

Sally replies.

“I googled it.”

Sally adds.

“Allen is way too chill for anything like that.”

Jonathan replies.

“Being a Communist, or a Luddite for that matter, I hope you didn’t have to google Communist, would involve Allen actually committing to something.”

Carolyn adds.

“You could say that about any man, though.”

Allen replies.

“I’m just keeping it a hundred, bae.”

Sally replies.

“You’re creeping me out, dude.”

Virginia replies.

“Friends don’t let friends become non-dualists.”

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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