I often make the claim that there is no dearth of imagination in the ways in which humans can find to utilize other human labor. Many times, I use this fact to argue against protectionists. I also use this statement to illustrate that deep recessions are caused by monetary disequilibrium in the demand to hold the medium of exchange.
Here, I want to provide you with proof that humans can, and will, always find ways in which to waste eachothers’ time:
Monkeys hate flying squirrels, report monkey-annoyance experts.
Presumably, these ‘experts’ were paid for their research.
[H/T Tyler Cowen]