We try to set aside the euphemisms as we immerse ourselves in the Manichaeism philosophy of the Pirates of the Caribbean universe – specifically Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Commodore Norrington. It’s definitely a deep thoughts episode that delivers a life lesson and words for all of us to live by; the idea that we all must channel our inner pirate. In minute 50 of The Curse of the Black Pearl, we break down Sparrow’s good pirate, good man thought and its implications for Will. Join us for this insightful episode on Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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