The Magic of Incentive

Here is a Law of Economics. Producers sell units of satisfaction for a price. Consumers are price takers. If they don't like the price, they won't buy it. Then producers are stuck with mountains of inventory until they bargain with consumers.

I am a consumer. I have very little income, so I cannot afford almost every price. So I buy very little. I don't have the ability to earn an income because I am disabled. I once worked very hard, but was cut down by a political sorcerer and blacklisted indefinitely for speaking my mind favoring total decentralization--true democracy, or one person, one vote. I lost.

But as a potential producer, I have magic to offer--incentive--for anyone who will bargain for it.