Ok, down to business…

I’ve been instructed to take courses in Statistics and Microeconomics. It’s not as nauseating as it sounds. Stats kind of fascinates me (I asked my supervisor if I could jump right into Probability Theory, but she nixed that) – Kim Rossmo recommended I venture along the path of Stats.

Anyway… There are these two summer courses… Principles of Microeconomics and Fundamentals of Economics (they sound like a joyride, don’t they?)… but which to take? And their descriptions sound suspiciously similar… what the heck is the difference between a principle and a fundamental anyway?

And who should I take the course from?

Should I take it from this guy? He looks friendly, and the University of Chicago sounds good…

How ’bout this guy? He went to MIT? That could be a challenge?

Man… this guy looks like a grouch…

Hey! This guy’s from Quebec and attended Universite de Montreal!

So many choices…

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