Let me explain economics.

You have four supply, four lemonades, and four profits. You sell them all for two profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain macroeconomics.

You have four really big supply, four really big economics, four really big lemonades, and four really big profits. You sell them all for two really big profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain supply and demand.

You have four supply, four demand, four lemonades, and four macroeconomics. You sell them all for two economics and two profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain inflation.

You have four hundred thousand inflation, four hundred thousand demand, four hundred thousand lemonades, four hundred thousand economics, four hundred thousand supply, and four hundred thousand macroeconomics. You sell them all for two profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain the invisible hand.

You have four invisible hands, four inflation, four demand, four lemonades, four economics, four supply, and four macroeconomics. Some spooky unseen force compels you to sell them all for two profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain international trade.

You have four internationals, four trade, four invisible hands, four inflation, four demand, four lemonades, four economics, four supply, and four macroeconomics. You sell them all for two profits, capiche? That's pure profit.

Let me explain profit.

That's pure profit.

Let me explain scarcity.

You have four scarcity, four internationals, four trade, four invisible hands, four inflation, four demand, four lemonades, four economics, four supply, and four macroeconomics. You sell them all for two profits but have nowhere to hold your profits, because profit containers are scarce. That's pure profit.

Let me explain costs and benefits.

You have four costs, four benefits, four scarcity, four internationals, four trade, four invisible hands, four inflation, four demand, four lemonades, four economics, four supply, and four macroeconomics. You benefit by selling them all for two profits. That's pure profit.

Let me explain opportunity cost.

You have four opportunity, four costs, four other costs, four benefits, four scarcity, four internationals, four trade, four invisible hands, four inflation, four demand, four lemonades, four economics, four supply, and four macroeconomics. You sell them all for two profits then find out you could have sold them all for ten profits instead. That's pure profit.

Let me explain circular flow model.

You have the major exchanges in a model of the economy expressed as flows of goods, services, and currency. Firms supply goods for households to consume. Households provide factors of production to firms. These flows form a circle, with worker wages and consumer expenditure producing another circular flow in the opposite direction.

That's pure profit.

– Dennis "Corin Tucker's Stalker" Farrell (@DennisFarrell)

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