I don't know the story about Super Chicken (wasn't that a Howard Stern character?), so I removed that part. But, I wanted to address this part.Let's put this in context. For the first time in world history, we have the material ability to provide food, clothing and shelter for everyone on the planet, ever cheaper and with ever LESS need for more workers to do it. That is what success looks like.
However, now what? We keep adding people...that we don't need.
Further, and I think this is the thing that hangs up many people, including Kwil, we live in a fiat economy. There is no cash being exchanged, no gold, no goods or services. You don't sweep the floor for the grocery store, you don't do oil changes for the car dealer, you don't provide yarn for the sweater store. And you don't physically help some Super Chicken to make bread. You swipe a card, a transaction occurs. Period. It's not real other than because we all agree to it being real.
People DO sweep floors, change oil, paint pictures, make memes, sing songs, teach people, build cars, etc. For those services, someone electronically fills up that magic little card with the thing that makes it work when you insert the chip into the chip reader (swipe? Are you seriously from the stone age????).
How do you expect those electrons on your card to get there?