But what do you say to the majority who want to enjoy the advancements that civilization has created for us? How does one lone farmer buy clothes, Brie cheese or an iPad and get it on the internet? Do you suggest they all barter their way up to these things? Think of owning a car and how that car might get into the market place in the beginning of it's existence. Someone had to buy it new.
I'm not saying many or most jobs shouldn't go away but rather more like you are saying that they simply aren't necessary. And considering the exponential snowball effect of eliminating that money changing hands in society, there's enormous incentive. The point to take away though is that we don't need to work as long as most people do.
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