By Spencer Ackerman
If you don’t know, well now you know. I had little choice but to reply.
Interesting lunch/game theory question. On the one hand, sharing these tweets with you might lead you to get the Fojol crew over to your neighborhood. But on the other hand, the fusillade of tweets that can be reasonably expected to result from this post might instruct Fojol about a variety of destinations that want to be blessed by their cart, leading them to see that a robust lunch business can be yielded and we can all get our Fojolia. Yet that conjecture still makes posting a risky strategy if the desired result is me having my Fojol today. But is the prospect of Fojol yields in the future — a potentially recursive phenomenon — more valuable than Fojol yields on any given day? Gaming out lunch is a knife’s-edge exercise.