> Most of you, people, didn`t ever thought about the fact that the money
> doesn`t simply work at all. That`s it.
> It`s being a _very_ fundamental issue. Look at the history:
> Money were invented as a human work equivalent. What it
> became now - this exercise is for the reader.
Money is not a human work equivalent. Money is a commodity that
everyone will barter with. Making bartering more efficient.
With pure barter you have to do something like:
work -> stuff1 -> stuff2 ->stuff3 -> stuff you want.
With money this usually becomes
work -> money -> stuff you want.
> So the life shows that we cannot rely on the
> money as a human work equivalent.
This makes the assumption that all work is equally valuable. But you
already made the assertion that a manager sitting around is not as
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