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Efficiently Destructive

In the Mojave Desert, beside quiet crumbling roads, lie the remnants of┬ádead cities. ┬áTheir ghosts serve to remind us that, at one point in time, their buildings were filled with people, their roads were filled with cars, and their ethos … Continue reading

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How I defeated the Pacific Skyline Council (a first-hand lesson in economics)

(reblogged from my livejournal) In the summer of 2001, after I was in eighth grade, I went to the National Boy Scout Jamboree. For those of you who don’t know what the Jamboree is, it’s a Boy Scout event that … Continue reading

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