Friday, February 3, 2012

Death Buy Lemonade

One of the problems with the whole idea of always selling, rather than giving, in an emergency, is the lifeboat problem. In a lifeboat, with no supply side response possible if you offer life-and-death necessities for sale instead of sharing, the argument for using market allocations is much weaker, and may not be sustainable at all.

Consider this at first funny, and then disturbing, video sent by fan Mary Hatson:

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