At Long Last, 'Ghostbusters' Is Used To Teach Us Economic Principals

I ain't afraid of no manufactured demand creating an inflationary bubble! EconPop, which sound like EgonPop, but is jut a coincidence, has taken to using pop films and shows to teach the world elements of economics. I guess, on the scope of things to use to teach us economics, those would be the most tolerable, but...still. Here they are using Ghostbusters, and the pesky governmental regulatory agencies to discuss how they just screw everything up, eventually leading to a giant anthropomorphic marshmallow (the weakening dollar) screwing everything up for everyone. It's actually pretty funny, so take a look, but try not to learn anything.
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