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'The Simpsons' Predicted Yesterday's Nobel Prize in 2010

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Though MIT Professor Bengt Holmström wouldn't win the Nobel Prize for another six years, back in 2010 Milhouse saw his potential. SEE ALSO: Developer breaks 'The Simpsons' down by the numbers On Monday, the Nobel Prize in Economic S...

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