Social networking fans on the wrong side of the six-fold path to enlightenment may be heartbroken to learn the Dalai Lama's account on Twitter is a fake. News of his holiness joining the micro-blogging website yesterday prompted plenty of buzz from even reputable sources, like the Associated French Press. The account itself …
Only a fool would believe the DL has a twitter account. When would he have the time for that? He raids 5 nights a week in World of Warcraft and that only leaves 2 days to update his Myspace.
Telling if it was a fake?
I'm not sure I understand this, the phrase "Dalai Lama's Twitter account" tells you ALL you need know about it being an obvious fake
Well, thank goodness
because I found him and twittered "I wonder if the Dalai Lama twitters under his gown" hit send and then later realized what I had written.
for a while I though I was doomed to be reincarnated as a dung beetle on a warthogs ass.
Re: Telling if it was a fake?
Interesting... It's back...
It's live again...
And in other news tonight ...
Pope is Catholic, rain is wet, snow is cold and people are a shower of dumb, gullible brainless dweebs.
I look forward to the popular return of spiritualism and phrenology, Common sense, as well as anything remotely resembling an inner dialog, are well and truly dead.
Fantastic. I LOL'd.
Really, I did.
re: Interesting... It's back...
* Michael Cox
Live again? Reincarnated, surely.
I'll get me orange robe.
Sacred yak droppings
Now on facebook!
So is "this page doesn't exist" some sort of Zen Koan?
like - this page deliberately left blank
RE: Very Zen
Reminds me of my visits to Area 404.
If a "Error 404: page not found" page goes missing, how will anyone ever know?
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