I was reading through the new issue of Faith and Philosophy when I saw this footnote:
"I use the term "Phat" on the advice of my hip-hop savvy colleague Matt Halteman, who assures me that this fits the paradigm use of "phat" as an adjective predicated of hyper-accessorized cars ("pimp mobiles," I believe Matt called them) and the like."
What a great thing to find, hidden in the back of the article with the mundane footnotes.
Bryan Frances had a post last year over at knowability on philosophical insults, calling for readers' favorite insults by philosophers. What are some other clever/funny/insulting/ironic/incredible footnotes, hidden at the ends of articles and books like Easter Eggs hidden on DVDs? This one's a joke, but no good footnote find should go unappreciated.