How is it possible to care about something passionately when the world is inherently absurd? How can you be expected to put out a podcast every week when you're almost always drunk? These questions and more are ignored or answered on this week's Drunken Philosophy about Albert Camus' essay The Rebel. Camus is decidedly an absurdist and yet he finds himself in a world of turmoil and "logical murder." Connor and Dan are decidedly idiots but they think they've found their favorite philosophy. Also discussed: the trailer for the movie The Martian and Connor's terrible back problems. Enjoy! Don't forget to rate and subscribe and validate us!