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Friday, February 28th 2014, 12:50pm

Meeting Needs by Aaron Moritz

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I just found a video on Aaron Moritz youtube channel explaining the concept of needs and the false truism of infinit needs. Although it´s from 2011, I´m not sure if it was already transcribed and translated. So if it is does anyone know where I can find the stranscribed version, please give me a sign. And if it isn´t, can anyone help with transcribing it? :pray:

YouTube - it´s only 3 minutes long but very clear and interesting. :lashes:

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Friday, February 28th 2014, 8:42pm

Would be nice if he does one of his videos (at his usual style like Workers of the World... Relax! and The Bribe Mentality) with this topic. Maybe if you tell him how important this seems to you because of the experiences you find in your school (place of work; you told me the economic students still learn the opposite)?
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Friday, February 28th 2014, 10:21pm

They do. That´s about the 1st economics lesson: Scarce resources plus infinit needs equals all this worderfull Market Economy.

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