Virginia tells Nick about her awesome theory related to complexity and regulation.
Nick and Virginia talk with Gary Belsky, author of “Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes and How to Correct Them: Lessons from the Life-Changing Science of Behavioral Economics“, about everything from ESPN Magazine’s Body Issue to how lawyers often suffer from the sunk cost fallacy.
Nick and Virginia talk about the stupidity of climbing Mount Everest. Nick says that he now regrets skydiving and that he almost died when somebody pulled a gun on him in high school.
Virginia talks about her discovery regarding anxiety, and Nick ruins her theory. Nick and Virginia talk about Facebook photos and whether or not you pay attention to yourself. Finally, Nick talks about getting the “you’re a creep” let-down at a bar and how his buddy avoids confrontations at a bar.
Virginia tells a really stupid joke. Nick talks about how being tall makes him automatically in charge. Finally, Nick discusses running for the DMS board, and Virginia tells her horror stories from the days of living in a condo association.