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Remember, All of this is true except for the parts that aren't...[edit]

Note: "Your" in this context means associated with you, not belonging to you.
  • This is a bunch of stuff I made up for you to examine and decide if it's credible
  • My father is a man that had a son
  • Animals are all alive until they're dead
  • I don't like to eat meat
  • Bruce Springsteen

You may be wondering about how or why this is related. That's too bad because you could be thinking about so much else.

I Like Economics[edit]

Because people think I'm smart.

  1. What do you know about economics?
  2. If you'd like to know more what would you like to know?

Hey, I'm working on this stuff![edit]

Here's a list:

  2. Other homework (probably involving calculus)
  3. Cooking or eating food
  4. Exercise likely involving a yoga mat or a bicycle
  5. Painting something
  6. Walking the dog.

This is the last section[edit]

It's important to recap what you learned here:

  1. Things
  2. + more things
  3. = not very much
  4. / the time it took you to read this
  5. = you probably should have quit already