My wife started a blog. She writes on much more interesting topics than economics: Home decorating, photography, crafts, and other fun/useful life tips. Today, her post is about why she loves FoxTrot comics.
In her post, she linked to this excellent FoxTrot cartoon about a good business plan. I'll have to admit that my first thought upon reading the comic was that Paige didn't understand opportunity cost....
I love comics that have to do with economics (and even those that don't). So, for today's post/poll I searched the internet for economics comics. Without further ado, this week's poll question is:
Which of these comics is your favorite?
(a) Foxtrot (above)
(b) Frank and Earnest
(c) XKCD: Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma:
(d) XKCD: Daylight Savings (not really about economics, but appropriate timing)
So, which comic of the four do you like the best? The poll is open for a week. Vote early and often, and on the sidebar. Tell your friends to vote. And, don't forget to set your clocks ahead!