Alixkast Money & Economics
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Until you realize it's her private beach where no one else has access.
If she's selling her seashells on a private seashore how's anyone going to ever f** see them
A road that goes by the shore, public beach near her with no shells, there are options.
I just called her agent. I get the impression they're having logistical challenges, even though he assures me everything is fine
Imagine trying to sell ice to Eskimos
With global warming on the rise, I'm starting keep extra ice in a freezer in Gnome. I have just over 12 pounds now, and counting. One day, you just wait, I'm gonna make a killing
What's this about?
Sally sells seashells by the seashore is a common tongue twister.
Interesting! Had never heard her referred to by a name. I learned "She".
I take it you live too far inland to go to a beach?
But how do the three seashells work?
DAMN this is a good one!
She picked them all, she got a monopoly
I have no idea what is happening
She sells seashells by the seashore. It's where the supply-demand curve is least beneficial to her.
Is she selling GME too cause....
I am familiar with the concept, but who is SHE????
It depends on who she is selling them to. Maybe she's a real estate agent?
I think the point is if she's by the seashore there's lots of shells lying around for free.
Maybe her seashells brings all the boys to the yard.
I still wanna know what and where he sells
I never realized that until now, but that's a great point!