High value-added activities bid up rents for favorable locations, whether anyone understands the underlying logic or not.

An eighteen-inch round pizza is more pizza than two twelve-inch round pizzas (thin crust, sausage, mushroom, and onion, on a mix of Mozzarella and Muenster please), whether anyone understands the underlying logic or not.

Perhaps Power Line's John Hinderaker is right to despair.
I am often baffled as to how so many of our fellow citizens can fail to understand basic facts of politics and economics. It is sobering to be reminded that many of them are stumped by the size of a pizza. I think liberals must understand this better than we do, which is why they generally appeal to emotion rather than reason.
Well, Little Caesars hasn't been going broke on pizza, pizza!

Perhaps not having to think about the square of the radius is part of the advance of civilization.

Now, all of a sudden, I'm hungry.

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