Nobel-prize winning Chicago-school economist Milton Friedman is famous for saying, "There is no such thing as a free lunch." Sci-fi novelist Robert Heilein also used the phrase in his book "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress." The term means that nothing is free, and if something seems free, it's just that you're getting charged through a back-door means; e.g., a bar might offer you a free lunch but you pay for it in the price of drinks. More likely is that it may be free to for some people, but someone else is picking up the tab. Actually, Robert Heinlein wrote "There ain't no such thing as a free lunch." Often shortened to TANSTAAFL in written conversations these days. "There is no such thing as a free lunch" refers to economics. In economics everything from our time to money is a resource. To have a "free lunch" is to give up a resource, "time", that could be used elsewhere. So although you gain a "free lunch", you lose a resource.
The Free Lunch was created in 2001.
what does on free lunch means in economic
The Free Lunch Is Over was created in 2005.
There are many real life examples in the world of not being able to get a free lunch. Many people in the business world do not get free lunch for example.
yes. if you get free lunch at school you can get free breakfast also. and if you have reduced lunch, your breakfast is also free.
yes, they have FREE lunch
Free Lunch - 1921 was released on: USA: 17 April 1921
The cast of A Free Lunch - 1907 includes: Ben Turpin
Correct. In other words, nothing in this world is free. Say if you were taken to lunch by your boss, and he paid then even though you had a free lunch, the meal still cost money.
free lunch should be provided at school so kids dont have to pay for their lunch because the school is robbing us.
The cast of No Free Lunch - 2008 includes: Lewis Black as Lewis