Terminator: The Simone de Beauvoir Chronicles
All machines are mortal, and each machine's particular death will be at the hand of my double-barrel shotgun.
Snakes and Ladders and the Nature of Virtue
And yes, I know Aristotle isn't a British cowboy. He is an American cowboy who picked up some British slang when he was on holiday there.
Although Sartre was obviously in bad faith when he said that Nietzsche has a terrible mustache, because come on.
Philosophy News Network: The Death of God
Make sure to join us at 11 for our shocking exposé on chairs. Do they even exist? The answer may shock you.
Eventually they figured out that Kafka was actually fired years ago, but due to a glitch in the payroll system he kept getting paid. So they fixed the glitch.
Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophers IV: The Interdisciplinary Disaster
The oldest and most intense feud in Faerun isn't between men and orcs, elves and drow, gith and illithid, nor even between devils and demons; it is the sacred and eternal battle between the min/maxers and the roleplayers, which will rage on until the end of time.