University of Berkeley : Rich people have a greater tendency towards greed
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November 21st, 2012, 21:41
If there's no work week, who will dig your resources out of the ground, or harvest the crops, or turn the ore into steel or turn the steel into a machine or run the machine to make the hammers that build those modular houses? How do all these functions get done? Volunteers? You actually think someone will volunteer to spend their day in the salt mine (or the corn field, or what have you) when there's no "penalty" for not doing so? Even if every citizen is a genuine volunteer at heart and maintains that attitude from birth to death, how many folks do you think will show up at the sewage treatment plant when they could just as easily volunteer to count all the ballots you're planning? And even if you claim you'll set up a mandatory rotation (so much for your "free" society) at the sewage treatment plant, who is going to volunteer to be there every day to train each day's rookie how to run it?
Sorry. No pearls of wisdom in this oyster.
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