Esteban’s review of The Predictioneer's Game: Using the Logic of Brazen Self-Interest to See and Shape the Future > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Esteban (last edited Jan 15, 2013 01:26AM) (new)

Esteban del Mal It's de Bueno vs. del Mal.


message 2: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal And, as per usual, the bad guy will have more fun than the good guy (wherein I am said "bad guy").


message 3: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal That video was the most boring TED Talk I have ever watched.

His author page also says that he specializes in "nation building." And his Wikipedia page says that the History Channel did a show on him called "The Next Nostradamus."

This guy's stock is falling really fast.


message 4: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal No, I'm not stating that because you commented that it was "interesting." If you'd used game theory, you'd know that.


message 5: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal Your self-interest was too much colored by your knee-jerk reactionary buggaboos.


message 6: by Blake (new)

Blake Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand.

*screams as Ayn Rand comes out of the mirror*


message 7: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal Blake wrote: "Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand. Ayn Rand.

*screams as Ayn Rand comes out of the mirror*"


Blake, as with many of your comments, I have no idea what this means but it still made me laugh.


message 8: by Esteban (new)

Esteban del Mal Bird Brian wrote: "It was in my self interest to "Like" this review too."

It's in my self-interest to get this book out of my house.


message 9: by Blake (new)

Blake Esteban wrote: "Blake, as with many of your comments, I have no idea what this means but it still made me laugh."

My work here is done.


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