Like many of you, I imagine, I'm always looking for brief clips that I can show my students to illustrate a point with a bit of humor. When I teach advance directives (and the difficulties in and drawbacks of drafting them), for instance, I show this clip from "The Comeback" episode of Seinfeld season 8. (The only downside is that each time I show it, fewer students have ever heard of Kramer and the gang.)
Well, those of you who teach the Lilly Ledbetter Act or related matters may wish to check out this short snippet from a 2012 TED talk (but going semi-viral now, thanks to Upworthy) by primatologist and Emory professor Frans de Waal. I myself plan to use it the next time I teach or talk about bounded self-interest (and in particular, preferences for fairness/inequality aversion). Even if your work has nothing to do with employment discimination or behavioral economics, these two minutes are worth watching. Because cute Capuchin monkeys.