Access to Birth Control Versus Affordable Birth Control- Choose Wisely…

So I tweeted a thing:

(If you click on the tweet, you’ll see it’s part of a larger thread that also didn’t go over terribly well.) I then thought that my need for semantic precision didn’t get me yelled at on the internet *quite* enough, so I wrote a thing. It’s mostly a rant about words, but I swear there’s at least one economic point at the end.

Access to Birth Control Versus Affordable Birth Control- Choose Wisely…

Access to Birth Control Versus Affordable Birth Control- Choose Wisely…

Okay, get ready for some real talk. I’ve been hearing a lot about birth control in the last few days- understandably so, given that it’s…

Source: medium.com/@jodiecongirl/access-to-birth-control-versus-affordable-birth-control-choose-wisely-6015c9065fc1

In related news, you’re probably not shocked to know that I’m pretty into homonym humor:

You’re welcome, nerds.

A Retirement Strategy for the Dystopian in All of Us…

I feel like we can all use some humor today, but I worry that I’m kind of doing it wrong…

I thought this was the whole business model behind the InfoWars store? (My affection for freeze-dried fruit has led me to know more about the survivalist part of the internet than I care to admit.) Seriously though, it’s both interesting and depressing to think about how people’s views on the future of society (reasonable or not) manifest themselves in the economic world- we usually consider such “animal spirits” at a macro level, but they affect not only how much people make and buy but what they make and buy. In related news, gun stocks are up today. Sigh.