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Jeff Sachs, On The Radio

The sought-after economist was spotted yesterday during an interview for WNYC/BBC/PRI’s “The Takeaway” in the cozy nook of our very own Starbucks.
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    1. Ah Ha! says:

      @Ah Ha! Monsanto! The Eco-Bogeyman!

  • Sachs'd says:

    @Sachs'd There was no better place to do an audio interview than the lobby of the most cramped, over-crowded, and awkwardly designed Starbucks of all time? I mean, there’s another infinitely more appropriate Starbucks 4 block away….

    Jeff, have you fallen this far? I bet Bill Easterly gets interviewed at Stumptown.

    1. au contraire says:

      @au contraire Sachs is so powerful, instead of him going downtown to a radio station, he makes the radio station go to him. And what better way to demonstrate His Power over Morningside than to go to a location that is crowded and uncomfortable to mere mortal men, but is a nothing to our Lord and Savior.

      Or he really likes that Starbucks.

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