The economist’s argument in favour would be that sugary drinks, like many consumer goods, have negative externalities and ought to be taxed accordingly.
It wasn’t long ago that users would scroll through videos, apps and social media on mobile (or other) devices, only to be confronted by pop-up ads that bounce around, or worse, take over a screen.
While every generation goes through a nostalgia phase, Millennials are taking it to a new level.
Easily recognized in a crowd, or better yet, on a kitchen countertop, the Pillsbury Doughboy has been giggling his way into our hearts for 50 years.
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