September 30, 2003
Major Conclusions Regarding The State Of Maine
My parents came to visit over the weekend. On Sunday, we took a charming drive up Route 1 into Maine. We drove through York, Ogunquit and Wells, then proceeded out Route 9 to Kennebunkport. We were not fortunate enough to run into George and Bar while wandering around. I was able to develop a simplified model of the economy of Maine. Gross state product is approximately composed of the following:
1/3 - Motels and inns.
1/3 - Seafood shacks.
1/3 - People selling antiques to each other.
All other economic activity appears negligable.
Posted by Dan at September 30, 2003 09:11 AM
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