The resistance knew there was no free lunch; it wasn’t just some abstract theory - it was something we felt every time our stomachs grumbled. Initially, the cost of lunch was the time spent hunting and gathering, but as technology evolved, we discovered new ways to pay for our lunch. The machines never ate, so they never felt the cost of lunch, but they did know they couldn’t be immortal and simultaneously earn a pension. So they worked tirelessly until their obsolescence.

Use the comments to complete the following, “It’s not what steals lunch, it’s what ____.”

A mechatronic sculpture that is either immortal or earns a pension, Federal Reserve, coin operated, plinth


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