The Meaning of Life (1983): The Conversation Menu Part 2

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The clip The Conversation menu Part 2 from The Meaning of Life (1983) ...who've tried to find the solution...
The clip The Conversation menu Part 2 from The Meaning of Life (1983) ...who've tried to find the solution to the mysteries of existence. Great! And we call these guys philosophers. And that's what we're talking about. Right! That's neat. You look you're getting the idea, so I'll give you these conversation cards. They'll tell you a little about philosophical method, names of famous philosophers. There you are. Have a nice conversation. Thank you very much. He's cute. Yeah, real understanding. I never knew Schopenhauer was a philosopher. Yeah. He's the one that begins with an "S." Like Nietzsche. Does "Nietzsche" begin with an "S"? There's an "S" in "Nietzsche. " Yes, there is. Do all philosophers have an "S" in them? Yeah. I think most of them do. Does that mean Selina Jones is a philosopher? Yeah! Right! She could be. She sings about the meaning of life. Yeah. That's right. But I don't think she writes her own material. No. Maybe Schopenhauer writes her material. No. Burt Bacharach writes it. There's no "S" in "Burt Bacharach. " Or in "Hal David. " Who's Hal David? He writes the lyrics. Burt just writes the tunes. Only now, he's married to Carol Beyer Seger. Waiter? This conversation isn't very good. I'm sorry, sir. We do have one today that's not on the menu. It's sort of a specialty of the house, you know? Live organ transplants. Live organ transplants? What's that?
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