Month: August 2016

Episode 90: No Bread, No Bag, No Money

Thomas and Sam discuss titles, office spaces, new jobs, being unplugged from the hive mind during the work day, and everyday carries (along with some deep philosophical ideas you’ll have to stick around for). FSU Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards AgFirst Farm Credit Mod Tablet 3 | ThisIsGround The post Thinking Religion: No Bread, …

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Episode 79: Thinking Religion 89: Do You Want To Talk About Pants? – Thinking.FM

Thomas and Sam discuss pants, button down collar dress shirts, briefcases, leather goods, and the role of religion in political rhetoric. Levi 541 Hillary Clinton writes Op-Ed in LDS Paper Fewer and Fewer Americans Vote With Religion in Mind | Boston Globe Many Americans Hear About Politics from the Pulpit | Pew Views From the …

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Episode 78: Thinking Out Loud 121: Even Superheroes Have Flaws – Thinking.FM

“But I thought you were a superhero?” Elisabeth and Merianna talk about that moment when someone you know discovers that you have flaws and how that impacts your relationship. This is why it is important to make sure your characters have flaws as well. Even superheroes have their kryptonite.  Show Notes Book Architecture 10 Reasons …

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Episode 77: Thinking Religion 88: Snapchat is the New Oral Tradition – Thinking.FM

Thomas and Sam, along with guest host Roshan Abraham, discuss Jonah’s presumptive bisexuality, Classics’ past present and future, Ephesus as the ancient 4chan, roles of the public intellectual, autobiographical memories, textuality, authority, and Bernie vs. Hillary sexism. Apollonius of Tyana Silicon Valley’s Hippest Church is Going Public | Buzzfeed Twitter is the strange new kingmaker of the 21st century | …

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