Episode 157: Too Many Philosophers

It takes a lot to make a podcast. A pinch of cold brew to make us last. A scoop of irony to add the spice. And pretty soon you’ve got too many coo— oh… OH NO. IT GOT ME. *shakes head vigorously* Okay… whew… um… Yeah, Too Many Cooks. It’s viral, though more in the sense that if we don’t discuss it, we’ll have committed some kind of unforgivable Internet Faux Pax. Apologies for the noisy audio as Kevin and I recorded this episode outdoors. There was a sock on the mic. It was absurd. Enjoy!


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2 Comments on "Episode 157: Too Many Philosophers"

  1. Squeezie
    16/01/2015 at 2:18 pm Permalink

    There are French who likes story without end, or something like that.
    I know “Rhinocéros” and “La Cantatrice Chauve”, written by Ionesco.
    I read the first book, but not the second.
    “La Cantatrice Chauve”, that’s so weird that I do not think that I would be able to read it entirely.
    When I read some sentences from “La Cantatrice Chauve”, it made me feel … kind of awkward, don’t know how to describe.
    It’s complete nonsense .
    I kind of like “Rhinocéros”, I think.
    But it’s still so bizarre.
    It talks about the dangerousness of making something “normal”, and nazis’ beliefs.


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