If a little boy breaks a window in his father's shop, was his act positive because the glazier got paid to fix the window, thereby stimulating the economy or negative because it resulted in the destruction of wealth, thereby damaging the economy? Express your answer in as much pseudo-intellectual bullshit as possible.
If you were the little boy's father, how much trouble would that little shit be in for busting your window?
What is your favorite parable, illustrating an economic theory or otherwise? Perferably otherwise.