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Parentonomics

13 Sep

Here is my new favourite blog, Game Theorist by Joshua Gans. He wrote a book called Parentonomics and my treat for finishing part of my study this week was to go and buy my own copy. Of course, the hard part is to ration it instead of hooning through it.

(I say “favourite” but I should say, that’s apart from the ParentCenter ones which I love and adore – like Andrea Frazer’s, Betsy Shaw’s, and so many more, Emily, Kristina, Patricia. Ladies, you rock.)

I’ll write more about Parentonomics later. Today is a full Saturday and the only thing that is keeping Mimi and me at home instead of springing into action at the mall, playdates, fairs and garage sales is the huge load of washing that is still running in the laundry. Call me paranoid, but I refuse to leave major electrical appliances running on their own while I’m out of the house, specially if there’s water or heat involved. One of my ebil friends suggests that I think of the appliances as children (what!?!?!) in my level of care and not much trust (I’m pouting now).

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3 Comments

Posted by on September 13, 2008 in Blogs, Books

 

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3 responses to “Parentonomics

  1. Betsy

    September 13, 2008 at 11:09 am

    Aw shucks. Thanks for the nod.

     
  2. Kristina

    September 15, 2008 at 1:27 am

    Thanks for mentioning all of us. Glad I found your blog! It’s great.

     
  3. andrea frazer

    September 17, 2008 at 2:54 pm

    Yes, thank you. You aren’t so bad yourself. You always have such interesting things to say. You’re not a hater. This is good!

     

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