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The Economics of Olam

by Richard Haxton

A new movie costs about ten bucks
An old movie cost a dime
So for an old movie to be worth as much
You’d have to see it one hundred times
And for a Shakespeare play to be worth as much
You’d have to spend every day of your whole life there
And if you go back as far as the “Epic of Gilgamesh”
There’s a wormhole where you come out a billionaire

You say, “No. It sounds like a scam.”
You must not know the economics of Olam