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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Aesop's Dog, a Bone, and the Goose What Lays Eggs


What do you get when you charge more for something? 

Less of it, right?

http://omaha.com/article/20110427/NEWS01/704279887

2 comments:

  1. *headdesk* What a horrible way to organize tuition....

    How about going off of what the classes cost if you must have varied pricing? Make it so professors are paid by the head, and they set their own prices....

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  2. If you're going by what classes cost, then classes in "postmodern" subjects should be quite cheap. After all, even theoretical sciences need paper, pencils, and erasers but the postmodern stuff doesn't need erasers.

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