Econ prof forgets her debts

This is from my friend Josh Keltner, describing a conversation he had with his economic history professor at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX:

JTKeltner1017: say.. have I got a story for you!!
JaRoGrier: I’m listening
JTKeltner1017: I told my economic history teacher this summer that I really wanted to get into theoretical econ and econ history so I was going to read Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations.
JTKeltner1017: she said “Oh really, I’ve never really read any of that, I don’t think its terribly important.”
JTKeltner1017: then I say..”Well do you have any suggestions on how I can spend my reading time better?
JaRoGrier: haha, that’s great
JTKeltner1017: and she says..
JTKeltner1017: or actually she shows up the next day with a copy of When Corporations Rule the World, foreword by Danny Glover
JTKeltner1017: UGGGHGHG
JTKeltner1017: MY ECON HISTORY PROF

Comments

  1. TacoBoy says:

    I’ll take my .999 FINE gold bars now in a non-discreet bag with a money sign on it please.

  2. Justin Holmes says:

    Somehow this situation doesn’t surprise me. I guess my sociology classes made it possible for me to find non-liberal professors to seem weird. Heh.

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