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1. The economics of how strippers get paid. 2. Ancient Roman coins found in Japan. 3. In 1970 the demand for housing went up. 4. MIE: auction to slap/punch Martin Shkreli. 5. Rise of the Shenzhen Robomasters.  Good video too. 6. The culture that is Harvard Crimson: “Let’s not mince words: this is unacceptable.” 7. […] The post Assorted Thursday links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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