This is a great question, but it seems that both Joi and the interviewer assume the answer to this…
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I also don’t think we ought to dodge the question of what happens with people who have no money, today. If you’re unemployed in America today, because your governor has gutted public education in your state, your Congress wants to dismantle your health care safety net, and your job got moved to somewhere cheaper for your former employer, I don’t think you worry about what will motivate the resource-oversupplied. I think you’re worried about where your next meal will come from, and if the charitable agency you might get it from will impose a religious litmus test in this new era.

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