Sunday, February 19, 2006

"Fungible" in the Funnies

Scott Adams, when not offering trenchant satire of office politics, sometimes offers decent economic analysis. Today's strip is one such example:

Not only is the analysis sound, but the vocabulary is precise. "Fungible" is a most excellent word, representing a most critical concept, as gentle reader Bruce will no doubt attest.

3 comments:

Raymond said...

Is humor a fungible commodity?

Raymond

Anonymous said...

Does this count towards my 15 minutes of fame? If so, how many minutes are consumed by this reference?

Bruce

Jon A. Alfred E. Michael J. Wile E. SWNID said...

We're getting an average of 60 hits a day on the blog, and about 2.5 page views per hit, with about 60 seconds per page. We get more traffic on theological and televisional subjects than anything else. I'd say that you'll get your 15 minutes by the end of business tomorrow.