by Tyler Cowen
on September 18, 2010 at 4:47 pm
in Books, Economics |
Perfume that makes you smell like you are in the library.
The pointer is from Bamber.
Meanwhile, via Christian Bok, here is markets in nothing. That's right, nothing.
But if you sell nothing you are selling something
Maybe next they could design cologne that makes you smell like you’ve been playing videogames all day.
I remember the central library in Salt Lake City smelling of bums and non-acidfree paper mixed with old sweat. I assume this is not the smell they were going for.
I guess it’s true, then, what they say about nothing being cheap.
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