Paw Mgmt: Ted’s New Stuff

During my first year of undergrad, I was fascinated by the Macroeconomic theory of expenditure equals income. The very idea that all the expenditure flows into the economic system and then flows backs to households as income felt like a philosophical view of life. I’m sure Ted feels the same way too, but probably someone…

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On Happy Endings

Oh I love happy endings. Who doesn’t? They are nice and sweet, leave you with the fuzzy warm feeling inside. They make you oh-so-hopeful. There’s nothing inherently wrong with it. But its representation as the final and fatal is likely to be less than sweet at times. The one thing straight forwardly wrong with the…

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The Sphere: A Perspective

The circle is a beautiful geometrical figure. No edges. Smooth. Expand it, give it a volume. One of many things it may become is a sphere. The planets are sphere, so are the stars that we sing about at nights. Our world is a sphere; a circular figure expanded to include life. Life is a…

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