INTRODUCTION TO THE GAME THEORY
Rather than a rigorous investigation of the evolutionary and epistemic foundations of solution concepts, such as rationalizability and Nash equilibrium, this course is simply a bunch of guys listening to a pirated CD from The Game.
THE HISTORY OF SCOWLING
An exploration of the traditional concepts of attitude-copping, from Diddy Pout to Fiddy Face. Students will understand what expression best suits the situation and will have a solid foundation from which to not look like a grimacing Donald Trump.
Students will understand the dynamics of public speakering, so that they may feel comfortable expressing themselves via mega-woofer in front of a large, sleeping audience at 4:30 am on a Tuesday.
WIGGAN HISTORY: PAST TO PRESENT
An exploration of the obstacles faced by today’s suburban white teenager as he struggles with the anger he doesn’t have about the disenfranchisement that never happened to him. Includes a hand-written thank-you note from Public Enemy’s Chuck D for buying his albums even though he hates you.
COMMUNICATIONS AND WHATNOT
What are the advantages to stapling a poster to a light pole when it will be taken down eight minutes later? Should I throw 1000 postcards on the sidewalk? Do all words end with a Z? These are some of the questions that will be answered in this class in between moments of braggadocio.
PHYSICS OF A BELT-FREE SOCIETY
Throughout history man has been pressured to wear belts as a means of keeping his pants on. This course will examine the modern belt-free movement and explore the potential social and economic pitfalls of having your pants falling off your ass.
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