Monday, October 13, 2008

The basics of economics

Perhaps my inability to sleep at home is my brain's way of educating me on the economics of the situation. You see, at home, I don't get paid to sleep. In fact, it eats into my free time.

Whereas, at work, I'm paid, and I'm here anyway so it's not like I can get any of my own stuff done. And they would frown upon me bringing in a games console and hooking it up at my desk. So I've got nothing to lose by sleeping at my desk and everything to gain.

I don't know why I didn't see this before. It seems so obvious now.

1 comment:

Toole said...

If you have a salary it makes no difference. You trade those hours for a one time fee.