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February 23, 2005

"...and then a little racquetball to get the blood moving."

The Dalai Lama: I try to develop a certain motivation, or determination, that as a Buddhist monk, until my Buddhahood, until I reach Buddhahood, my life, my lives, including future lives, should be correct, and spent according to that basic goal. And that all my activities should be beneficial to others and should not harm others.

Spalding Gray: How long does that take?

The Dalai Lama: Some ten, fifteen minutes.

An unfairly out-of-context quote from a 1991 Spalding Gray interview with the Dalai Lama.

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February 21, 2005

Hunter S. Thompson (1937-2005)

May the Good Doctor, who wrote about even Duke basketball as if a pack of fiery quad dogs was on his tail, rest in peace.

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