@Posty so to answer your question I would argue that the people we see in Wall•E are the offspring only people left alive since the collapse of earth's ecosystem that can afford to have continued buying for 700 years, and as an unstated but plausible side effect, everyone else of the world's 200 billion people and their family trees are wiped out because they cannot afford to live for 6 generations on a luxury cruise liner.
"try blue, it's the new red" and bam, they instantly had it.
did they all purchase that? was this like DLC skins?
this is what goes through my head while watching wall e for probably the fourth time in a week thanks for reading
what the humans talk about is largely social contextless garbage from memory. is it like a basic income thing? the food is "regenerative". what are these people buying? every need appears catered for apart from physical health.
the ship sold fashion instantly with
mainly governance/society, it's like 700 years from the horrific climate event - as far as I can tell all jobs are automated, yet some form of capitalism/trade exists because there's an economy section, there's a "free" cupcake in a cup.
How do these fat bastards earn any money?