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Sunday, September 02, 2007

Slate magazine "Dear Prudence"

Slate magazine.
Years ago I found this funny lil webby online called Slate magazine poking fun at politicians and current day events with a satirical twist, to put it quit simply. I must say this website is absolutely brilliant! while sleuthing the site the other day I came across a feature named
"Dear Prudence" of course quite captivated by the name for its Beatle reference and song~ "Dear Prudence"

Prudence (not her real name of course) is what you would call a modern day
"Dear Abbey" people writing in for advice from how tos-what to dos, morals and manners. I must say it IS quit hysterical! Questions are formed into a video cartoon, "brill" than "Prudie"thoughtfully nicknamed, responds in a video letter as herself, also "brill" If I could figure a way to post a video here of "Dear Prudence" I will, of course my description of the site does not do it justice. See webby here

In the meantime why not listen to "Dear Prudence by the Beatles"

a lil Beatles history
The song is about actress Mia Farrow's sister, Prudence, who was present when the Beatles visited Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in India. Prudence, focused on meditation, stayed in her room for the majority of their stay. Lennon, who was worried that she was depressed, wrote this song for her, inviting her to "come out to play".
While the Beatles left the course, Mia, Prudence, Mike Love of the Beach Boys, and others, stayed and became Transcendental Meditation (or TM) teachers.
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