Every Wednesday, I rearrange the colour-coded pens and precisely aligned office accessories on my colleague’s desk. It’s a thing to look forward to.
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There’s a guy at my gym who annoys me. His name is Mike or Mark or something like that. He really, really likes to talk even when I have my headphones on and I’m staring intently at Dr. 1,055 more words
In 1958 John Kenneth Galbraith famously took on the economic doctrine of Consumer Sovereignty. First floated by Paul Samuelson, this theory held that consumers, by right of their choice in the marketplace, were ultimately the sovereign beings who determine what is produced and the price at which it is sold. 612 more words