President Obama’s last day in office is today. Technically he will spend the night and hitch one more ride on Air Force One, (he commented once that was the thing he enjoyed most) taking him to California. He leaves, according to the latest survey, with the lowest unemployment since 1973. So if everyone, other than some 5percent or less are working, then what are those five percent doing? I know. They’re marching. Those are the folks who will try to block the inaugural parade, disturb the swearing in of Donald Trump and mostly make a pain in the rear end of themselves. This seems like good, easy work. You get up around 10AM, eat a government inspired breakfast, play hooky from the college your parents are paying you to take classes in and saunter down to where the action is. Grab a sign or a bullhorn and scream what little brains you have out on the sidewalk. But once the inaugural is over there will be no work for you. The new president will be in, streets will be clear and you’ll have to go back to school to listen to professors who in many instances did as students as you do now. When can we get robots to do this work?
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