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Here it is, the Supreme Master TV documentary on the Vegan Bus! This was filmed last October at the Ashfield Fall Festival. The Supreme Master is donating $1500 to the Vegan Bus as stated in the end of the video. This will happen on August 29th at the Loving Hut restaurant in Worcester, MA. Anyone who is interested in coming with us on the bus from Northampton can contact us through this site.
Schedule for August 29th Ceremony:
(caution: some of these links go to pages that play audio without warning…)
Last October Supreme Master Television visited us to make a mini documentary. We gave them a tour of the bus and took them on a trip to the Ashfield Fall Festival to hand out vegan doughnuts and propaganda. The bus was decorated for Halloween, and some of us were dressed up, too. We were hoping to inject surrealism into the spiritual message we knew we would become a part of. It’s all a great mystery, after all. The finished product, On the Road to Love: The Journey of The Vegan Bus, is debutingon July 25th at 4am, 10am, 4pm, and 10pm EST as part of the Good People Good Works series. The series “celebrates modern day heroes who help others and strives for the altruistic ideals to better society.” That sounds like us, we thinks.
The show can be viewed on the web or on one of the 14 satellite television feeds distributed around the world in 40 languages with subtitles. We are about to become international superstars! Perhaps it will also be playing at the Loving Hut restaurant in Worcester, MA?
Be sure to check out our photo gallery of the Supreme Master visit.
Outside my office window the snow is falling and the plows and shovelers can’t seem to keep up. This New England winter has made up for the lack of snow we had the past two winters, with one storm after the next. The fresh snow is of course quite beautiful, blanketing all the cigarette butts, sidewalks and SUVs in pristine white powdery fluff. Most New Englander’s balance their bouts of winter blahs and depression with awe and epiphany when the snow falls hard. It has the power to slow commerce and bring friends and families together to gather around fireplaces and wood stoves. Hundreds of babies are also conceived during these times as bodies snuggle together for warmth. Times like these bloggers can go on endlessly about nothing in particular, just to enjoy the feeling on typing words to the imagined pitter-patter of snowflakes landing one upon another.
It was as I sat here looking over my vegan websites that I Googled “Vegan Bus” and found a couple of hula-hooping videos from our July 18th 2007 Pizza and Beer Fund Raiser. They made me long for the days of tee shirts and sandals, hula hoops and Vegan Bus adventures. I got the same feeling a few days ago when it was unseasonably warm and I fired up the bus and let it run for a few minutes. There is something very special about our bus, a feeling of elatedness I get when I am inside.
I hope these videos will help you all feel a little breeze of summer blowing out of your monitors and through your hair.
Megan E Labonte (aka Hoopmaster Sass) hoops to RESPECT at the Vegan Bus “Pizza and Beer” Fund Raiser
Kevin works out his foot trick at the Vegan Bus “Pizza and Beer” Fund Raiser
Amanda Turk spinning glow poi at the Vegan Bus “SHOKAZOBA & L.E.D. Dance Party” Fund Raiser
And of course this one, which has become a youtube phenomenon and includes several vegan bus riders…
Getcha Hoop On!