Econ 101 From McSweeney’s

Learn economics the fun and intuitive way with Josh Freedman at McSweeney’s: “Susan, we need to talk. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately. About us. I really like you, but ever since we met in that econ class in college I knew there was something missing from how I felt: quantitative reasoning. We can say we love each other all we want, but I just can’t trust it without the data. And after performing an in-depth cost-benefit analysis of our relationship, I just don’t think this is working out.”

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This article is based on a methodological error. I’m pretty sure that when it comes to love, utility is ordinal, not cardinal.

@stuffisthings Also, I can’t believe he didn’t find a way to work in the term “indifference curve.”

ctrl + f scarcity

no dice.

GUESS WHO’S READ ONE CHAPTER OF HER ECON TEXTBOOK THIS GUY. Ask me what I know. (obviously don’t, I know nothing)

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