Interesting take.
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This brave new world sounds great but what about the working stiffs that work on cars, gas stations not just in the big cities but in the spaces in between. With no trucks and cars that need fuel or maintenance, what happens to them? There is an upheaval ahead but it’s also going to disrupt the economy to a point where it will need to be restructured. A lot of people are going to be out of work and I do not see how they would be absorbed into this new system. Who will work? Where will the people without work live? Will the cities become centers of luxury while others live in poverty outside like Pyongyang? There is an opportunity for an equitable system but will require massive changes in attitude from everyone.

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