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Professor Metal’s Irate Debate and Calamitous Commentary

By S.A. Kehr, Ryver Hankins, Bruce Carter, and Vincent Metal: A steampunk super villain forces the Philosophical Chain Gang to debate to the death for his amusement. One part philosophy class, one part old time radio play, and two parts geeky mixer!

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The evil steampunk villain known only as Professor Metal has captured three modern philosophers and is forcing them to produce a podcast! Listen as this Philosophical Chain Gang try to avoid his wrath by debating topics from the transcendent to the absurd. Only your loyal listenership, support, and total obedience can spare them the cruel tortures of life in the lair. Will you help these innocent intellectuals escape their fate and appease Professor Metal?

Customer Reviews

Engaging, funny, smart, and devious!

A really great example of what philosophy can be in the modern world. Fun and entertaining without backing away from tough and complex issues. Must listen too!

Hilarious, Educational - Saved my Family

This podcast is fantastic. I absolute love these blokes and the work that they are doing. The first episode is a little dry, to be honest. But they were just getting set up and kind of priming us for the series with background information or the like, and even more importantly - they hadn't gotten into it yet. Each Doctor even has to find his own ground and get into the feel of things before he hits his stride, it's even harder with podcasts. And yet they do it really well. The second episode has a bunch more of the quirky Professor Metal character in it and it's hilarious. But as it goes on they seem to get a lot more comfortable and everything flows better. They have 7 episodes out at the time of me typing this as well as some really fascinating blog interests on their website. I listen to it while cleaning, I listen to it while I'm on my way to or from work, or sometimes I just listen to it with other people and then talk about the topics we had just listened to. You definitely don't have to be a philosopher or philosophy buff to get into this podcast. I mean, Batman was their most recent discussion.

I love the fact that they are talking about all sorts of subjects from new and old perspectives, and all from different view points, without being argumentative or disagreeable with each other. I think it's really important to show that talking about subjects where all parties disagree doesn't necessarily have to be an arguement. That calm, rational debates are - in fact - possible.

Listening to this podcast is both fun and enlightening. You can learn from this. I know I have. My whole household is better off now that this podcast is being released. Professor Metal in his infinite wisdom and his "attained" philosophers, the Philosophical Chain Gang, have saved us from the turmoil and the grieve of using too many falicies in our day to day lives. No longer do we communicate so poorly as to not be able to disagree and still be happy. Professor Metal (and the Philosophical Chain Gang) has saved us all from sure destruction.

I write this of my own volition and free will, definitely not having anything to do with "lasers" or the moon's well being.
- Bunny

Funny and thought provoking

An interesting take on some of the trappings and media of modern society with a good dose of humour tossed in. Can't wait to listen to more.

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