The Financial Times, which is like The Wall Street Journal but with a three-digit IQ, has an amusing 404 Not Found page.
Why wasn't this page found?
We asked some leading economists.
The cost of pages rose drastically, while the page production rate slowed down.
There was no market for it.
We injected some extra money into the technology team but there was little or no interest so they simply kept it, thus failing to stimulate the page economy.
There exists another page that will make everyone better off without making anyone worse off.
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