Monthly Archives: November 2010
“I have so much work to do. CGS is sooooo hard.”
Once the temperature drops below 30 degrees for good in Boston, 99% of females whip out this classic combination (full disclosure – I am not one of them. DON’T JUDGE ME BECAUSE I CAN ONLY AFFORD NEWSPAPERS FOR SHOES). You … Continue reading
Here’s the scenario: you’re in your apartment/house/suite/dorm room, pregaming with a fun fruity beverage for the night. Yum! It’s sweet with the nice metallic aftertaste of delicious malt liquor! (If you’re a freshman: omg I don’t drink beer and this … Continue reading
If you haven’t heard of it, DO IT NOW. http://likealittle.com/bu/ It’s hysterical. And basically reinforces my hypothesis that no one gets laid at BU (it’s what I’m doing my work for distinction on, I’m probably going to get my diploma … Continue reading
That’s the real gangsta. Eff the Crips and the Bloods, Blastoise vs. Charizard.
Hyperbolic discounting is a time-inconsistent model of discounting in behavioral economics. Individuals using hyperbolic discounting reveal a strong tendency to make choices that are inconsistent over time–they make choices today that their future self would prefer not to make, despite using … Continue reading