-Crossing the Atlantic on a barge made of garbage
-Frontman for traveling band Flying Neutrinos
-Former Vietnam War correspondent
-Enrolled in a seminary
-Spent time with Allen Ginsberg
-Founded the "first church in the world that didn't know the way"
-Lived in a raft moored off Lower Manhattan
-Founded a political party based on eye contact, courtesy and due process
-Professional preacher, gambler and sign painter
William Pearlman (aka Poppa Neutrino), 77, died with $4.44 in his pocket, a novel in the works and plans to sail to Cuba, then perhaps to India to rescue orphaned street children.