Imagine that your pastry chef closes his shop in order to increase your willingness to pay: By the time you are finally ready to pay him “appropriately”, let’s say twenty percent more than before, there will be no more cake. Because he really deserves it. And because no civilized country can live without pastry chefs.

Why does something like this never happen?

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