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15 Jan 2011, 4:51 pm

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also: why is it always about atheism vs theism? doesn't anyone care about the tree-killing santa supporters?!?


If its green and brown, chop it down. If its jolly and red, commercialise it instead.


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15 Jan 2011, 4:57 pm

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^^^^

I only gave each of you one virtue; you think enough of yourselves already.:D


While AG currently has more formal and informal education in Moderate Austrian to neoclassical microeconomics (and economics in general) than I do, I am confident that in several years time, after getting a PhD in economics, all be able to out wit him. :P


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15 Jan 2011, 5:14 pm

Master_Pedant wrote:
91 wrote:
^^^^

I only gave each of you one virtue; you think enough of yourselves already.:D


While AG currently has more formal and informal education in Moderate Austrian to neoclassical microeconomics (and economics in general) than I do, I am confident that in several years time, after getting a PhD in economics, all be able to out wit him. :P

I am unsure about your plan of a PhD. Unless you love math and econometrics, you would be better off trying to get a degree on Political Science.



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15 Jan 2011, 5:26 pm

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I am unsure about your plan of a PhD. Unless you love math and econometrics, you would be better off trying to get a degree on Political Science.


To be specific, I'd try to get a doctoral degree in political economy.


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15 Jan 2011, 5:38 pm

Master_Pedant wrote:
Awesomelyglorious wrote:
I am unsure about your plan of a PhD. Unless you love math and econometrics, you would be better off trying to get a degree on Political Science.


To be specific, I'd try to get a doctoral degree in political economy.

Eh, you might be able to find a less mathematical program, but you'd still, like most economists, have to have mathematical training out the wazzoo.



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15 Jan 2011, 5:49 pm

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out the wazzoo.


You wazzooists think everything revolves around your wazzoo. You think and talk of nothing but your wazzoo. Frankly sir, I am beginning to think of you as a wazzealot.


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15 Jan 2011, 6:49 pm

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I'm agnostic. in the past i have been religous though
I loved that "Community" scene in which everyone shares his/her religious affiliation and when Jeff says he is agnostic everyone boos in a "boo the" party pooper tone. "The poor man's atheist". That was hilarious, really.

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