In an episode about floating mugs, ominous doctors, and lotto tickets, Pete and Elliott discuss the fantasies that sustain us and the fantasies that harm us. And what they’d do if they had a ton of cash. Support the podcast with YOUR cold hard cash by getting some wine at http://trywinc.com/fundamentalists - get $25 off your first order! It’s delicious! Anyway, enjoy!
Elliott and Peter discuss symbolic death, self-sabotage, and how to catfish children. Following a spat of online humiliation from Ethan and Hila Klein at H3H3, Elliott and Peter dive in head-first. It’s an excellent, uncomfortable, embarrassing, great episode! As always, feel free to subscribe to this podcast on iTunes and leave us a loving review, and don’t forget to check out our recent live episode, where we took over an old Baptist church to discuss castration, obviously.
This weeks eye watering episode was recorded live in LA. It revolves around the themes of dissatisfaction, loss, and grace, and how these are all connected to castration.
In the third and final episode on evolutionary psychology, Peter continues to try to convince Elliott that he’s wrong. Little does Peter know that Elliott can’t be convinced of something that doesn’t make any stinkin’ sense. Be sure to listen to the last two episodes first!
Peter and Elliott continue their discussion on evolutionary psychology and how it fails to explain human nature. Peter makes a compelling case, but that’s no match for Elliott being confused. Be sure to listen to last week’s episode first!
The boys set off on the first in a three part odyssey into the world of evolutionary psychology. Elliott pushes Peter to clarify why he is opposed to it and why he thinks creationism has more to say than we might think.
Comedy is a fun subject for anyone, but it’s even more funner for Peter and Elliott, who dive into the idea of comedy and why Malcolm Gladwell might just be wrong on this one. This Wednesday is the first-ever LIVE fundamentalists, so grab tickets at http://bitly.com/FundamentalistsLIVE and support the podcast by drinking your sorrows away at http://trywinc.com/fundamentalists. Enjoy!
Illness: Peter and Elliott discuss what it is to get sick, and just what Nietzsche was talking about when he said what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
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