Monthly Archives: January 2013

My Little Econmist

♪♫My little pony. My little pony.  Ahhhhhh! ♪♫ When my daughter told me I had to watch an episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic because it would teach me something about economics, I couldn’t resist the challenge. By … Continue reading

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How Blizzards Create Private Property

Three years ago 20″ of snow and 5 days housebound forced me to think about how something like a blizzard could create something as useful as property.  I posted this diary on a prominent liberal web site.  It got a very good … Continue reading

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Gilligan, Mr. Howell and M. Say

Thurston Howell the Third had a steamer trunk full of money, yet he lived in a grass hut. Just like everyone else on Gilligan’s Island. Gilligan’s Island was the tale of a fateful trip that started from a tropic port … Continue reading

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