Bro, you are a black belt rolling with a blue belt here. I'm getting a kick out of your argument style. 1. Ubi is an idea that yang didn't make up. More than one economist has proposed a Ubi to offset tech replacing labor. See image below. 2. You are the one bringing up 16 the century economic ideas. Pointing out your "anyone" could "buy into" (you got me there) was fair game. Thanks for the knowledge on that one though. I appreciate the lesson. 3. Again, centuries old economic models have their flaws. Serfs and slaves were liberated by capitalism? I am not saying that's your argument. I think serfs and slaves were built in to the capital system. Now, labor fills that space. What happens when the need for labor is drastically reduced? 4. Jews? Really? I was thinking the 1-.1%. Are they all Jews? Bro, wtf? I'm balling here on my I phone. I am fan of capitalism. I think competition is important for us to get the best quality commodities. Adam Smith had some good ideas. I checked out the bretton woods accords. Nixon put an end to that. No more gold for you! Thanks for that. Hayek vs Keynes debate is interesting. Supply side econmics... You have a lot of passion in your argument and you've done your research. I still think we need to upgrade our economic system. Do you think our current model will be able to survive the next machine age? I want my fighter friends to get a fair deal in the MMA capitalist market. I want my teammates like Leslie Smith, the Diaz brothers, and others you've never heard of have an opportunity to pursue their dreams with a little economic security. Friedman's negative income tax isn't socialist is it? It helps people contribute to the economy. I think of Yang as someone who can make it happen. Thanks for the lively discussion.