If I were the inelastic side of the market, I’d want you to be the excess burden of tax, so you could fall heavily upon me.

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Babe, I’m like a natural monopoly. I’m big enough to supply the entire market.

71

You and I should be in the same industry; so that we could merge horizontally.

85

You and I are in a prisoner’s dilemma, are best shot is cooperative equilibrium so we
can increase our mutual payoff.

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I can assure you: There’s no adverse to this selection.

69

Your demand for me should be inelastic; there are no substitutes.

72

Want to go prove the law of diminishing utility is incorrect?

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It’s like a positive externality: We’ve experienced the social benefit, how about we go
reap the private (benefit).

72

You’ve got the curves to supply my demand!

73

Let’s go to bed and try to disprove the law of diminishing marginal utility.

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