Seller adds, "Do you want to have sex or do you want to have a virtual reality experience of sex?"
The reality is that most people don't want to spend the time or effort to accomplish [insert random thing here]...and even if they did want to spend the time or effort, some things are unaffordable or impossible. Consider...
1) Think about having sex with some person (movie star, model, celebrity)
2) Have VR sex with some person (movie star, model, celebrity)
3) Try to actually meet the movie star, model, celebrity and have sex with them
I have a feeling that most people are going to choose the second option instead of the other two.
Again, I see automation in response to a wage hike as a good thing. Ultimately, provided we maintain full employment, this will help everyone. Given our modern technology, human labor is worth more than $5/hour even if the workers do not have the bargaining power to get a higher wage. So employing people at below $15/hour in positions that could be automated if they were paid a livable wage is actually a misallocation of human resources.
Are you saying they need more than $15 per hour, or between $5 and $15 or something else?
Slave labor wasn't as bad as people believe...
in reality, the actual labor wasn't too bad
I'm not sure if any of us can determine how difficult/bad any sort of labor/job is for anybody else. I think that might have been the entire problem originally..."It's not that bad..."
There's actually a lot of potentional scientific correct stuff in the Bible
Uh...so what? There's probably more scientifically correct stuff in Star Trek...does that tell us anything about God, the big bang, or anything else for that matter...
Whatever is not nailed down is mine. Whatever I can pry up is not nailed down. -- Collis P. Huntingdon, railroad tycoon