the first part of today’s show, we looked at how The Marriage Pact, a Stanford economics project now at nearly 90 colleges, is shaking up the dating scene by sidelining looks. Then we discussed a recent study revealing the most valued traits in a romantic partner, which turned out to be quite the pleasant surprise. Finally, we explored an intriguing idea in evolutionary biology asking if kindness, rather than survival of the fittest, drives our progress.

Today’s unpopular opinion was “Finding Your ‘Life’s Purpose’ Is Unnecessary.”

In the show’s second half, we asked 100 humans to name a job that feels more like a calling than just a “job.” Later we saw how a B.C. man’s pursuit of fried chicken led to an unexpected car crash.

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