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Remember back when Bad Philosophy was good? Man, that show had some great moments. Recording in taco joints on a single microphone, losing episodes right and left, and always having the same people on week after week. Boy I tell ya, those were the days… Hmm? Oh yeah, description! This week we decided to talk […]
Input, Achiever, Restorative, Deliberative… to many these are but a few odd-sounding words, but to those of us here at BF they are the vocabulary of success and self-knowledge itself. They are Strengths, as defined by the Gallup Organization’s StrengthsFinder assessment. This past weekend Jay Killough of Texas Tech University Career Services joined us to […]
Beer. That oh-so-ubiquitous alcoholic beverage. It has been the bane and boon of many a man’s life over the centuries, and now it has finally arrived (officially) here at Bad Philosophy. Local Texas Tech physics student Catherine Chesnutt kindly hosted the show in her back yard shack, where Eric Beutlich, Josh Clemmons, Kevin Saunders and I came together in splendid inebriation to talk causation, epistemology, and much more over some delicious Planters Peanuts. Grab a cold one, settle in, and enjoy…
Why did the chicken cross the road? To listen to BF, of course! Throughout the centuries, comedy has been an integral part of human society. This week on BF, we tackle what it really means to be funny, which comedians have the best style, and whether jumping the shark should become an Olympic sport. Joining […]