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this week it’s all about our theories on boredom and how all the world’s problems can be linked back to it. we’ve got some interesting ideas !

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we talk about :
– is the founder of IKEA a nazi ?
– bored teenagers !
– kids that like to burn things !
– why do people start wars ?
– why is american politics interesting ?
– why are powerful people petty ?

and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about a seven year old girl that runs away and goes on an adventure.

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  1. Tidying my shared student apartment in the Hague while listening to your lovely voices. Been looking forward to it all day :)))
    btw these pictures are ones of your most gorgeous shots I think, so stunning!!!

  2. Would you consider boredom more like a symptom or aftermath of terrible events in life? Something happened or changed and one feels life can be utterly out of control and it is hard to believe in purposes, meanings, or causality. Life is just from birth to demise and what matters is what you do in between, but for what to do and what you want to do you have not yet figured out. I guess because I am not very ambitious, or career-/profit-driven. I thought I wanted to be an art historian/writer. But what is history? Loving your discussion of Hitler, he was once a very bored and frustrated and failed art student. What should we do with our lives? Thank you so much for all you two have been doing.

  3. I loved this episode a lot.
    It is pyromaniac by the way hehe. The word for a person who loves to be a pyro.

    By the way, I was looking on Ikea online today because I am going to be getting a new rug for our boys’ bedroom (we have had the same one for ten years and it has throw up stains and poop stains from when our boys were babies…fun stuff) and you know what? They had a video attached to it explaining how they help people who are rug artisans in India make a living. It was really neat.

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