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We will if we pay them enough or shorten their hours sufficiently so they have time for other things. That's how the economy should work--pay people more and/or give people more time off--for doing jobs that most don't want to do. But I do think we'll have accountants; and, actually, I don't mind cleaning lavatories, though I wouldn't want to do it all day.
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