Shall we go on a journey, economist?
Strolling Economist meets Accidental Photographer / #1
P: I brought you something, economist.
E: This picture? It looks awfully dull, photographer.
P: It's art.
E: It sucks. Where did you take it?
P: On a hiking tour in Poland, recently, in a suburb of Stargard, a town in the North-West of Poland. I thought you'd like it.
E: You didn't.
P: Don't economists talk about efficiency all the time? That's what this picture shows! An architect plans a house and then they duplicate the plan. So easy. That must save a lot of money, right? Economists must love that.
E: I don't. And obviously, you have no idea about economics. Life is not only about efficiency.
P: I'll buy that from you.
P: Hey, economist?
P: Maybe we should go on a journey. You'll teach me about economics, and I'll tell you something about photography. What do you think?
E: Not if you keep taking those boring photos.
P: And if I vow to do better?
E: Maybe then.
P: Sounds like a promise.
E: Sounds like you are looking for a new friend.
P: What's wrong with that?
E: Have you ever been friends with an economist?
E: I thought so.
P: Do economists have any friends?
E: Why not?
P: Do you have any friends?
E: Mind your business!
P: Maybe we should better start walking.
E: Yeah, let’s start.