Russell Roberts is J. Fish and Lillian F. Smith Professor of Economics Chair, Mercatus Center Professor of Economics, at George Mason University. He blogs at Cafe Hayek. His post today grabbed my attention, simply because of the post's title, "Prufrockian Political Economy."
"The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock" is one of my fav poems. And I've referred to this poem in previous posts, so any time another guy uses the work...well, guilt by association is what I guess I'm after. See? I'm smart. Because I read a guy who actually is smart, and used a poem I've used to liven up a posting. I guess I'm really quite narcissistic after all.
Read the post. And, if you choose to, follow his provided link to T.S. Eliot's poem.
Now, if only we could explain to Fred Meyer that we like shopping in stores that bag our groceries, what a wonderful world this would be. But, for too many, it's either everything or nothing. Nothing at all approaching useful reasoning.
It seems that Oregon has its work cut out for dominance in the Unicorn sector. While we are apparently world leaders in Pixie Dust production, there is an order known as The Sisters at Radiant Farms who are located in Ireland, that have advanced the notion of Unicorn to market.