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    No, just mk.
    Whoomah!

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    Big Bang was the name created by those trying to laugh at the idea.
    Funny that it's the name that stuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random View Post
    No, just mk.
    Wait, he's human? WTF is he saying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigeraid View Post
    Wait, he's human?
    More than that, he's Finnish.

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    Were we ever clear that mk was a he?
    Last edited by overpowered; October 3rd, 2014 at 11:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicknose View Post
    Big Bang was the name created by those trying to laugh at the idea.
    Funny that it's the name that stuck.
    It ended up being as unfunny as the show named after it. That's some mystical shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigeraid View Post
    Wait, he's human? WTF is he saying?
    We are never quite sure...

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    Some say it is not human, all we know it's called MK!
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    Anyway, related to my first post on this thread about it needing to address its plurality (sciences) I have a question, Where does the notion that "the market will fix it" or that "markets will sort themselves out" come from? Was it from Ricardo or Smith, is it more recent? Does it apply to the productive forces in general? Pointers are much needed.
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    It looks like the idea behind that, the laissez-faire economic principle, comes from 1681.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laissez-faire
    Get that weak shit off my track

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