Can You Solve The Easter Puzzle?

Part 1

If you are a careful reader of the Cowboy, you will realize that this posting was inevitable.  If you’re not in on the joke, “search and ye shall find.”

Since the Cowboy likes to play around with economics, let’s start there (and don’t get picky about the spelling):

There once was a man from Lausanne,

Who Auguste liked to call Léon.

Because of his trumpeter,

A man named Joe Schumpeter,

He was able to pass his baton.

He was saved from opprobrium

With gen’ral equilibrium.

His teaching was Marginal

His student, Pareto optimal,

But his parts never exceeded his sum!

Poem by the Cowboy.

(to be continued)

Published in: on April 7, 2009 at 16:48  Comments Off on Can You Solve The Easter Puzzle?  
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