The idea of a robotic workforce and a world without labor may seem ideal but it comes with a price. As technology has progressively advanced over the years, many people have been planning for robots to come take place of humans and do their jobs. By making this actual reality, many people will find themselves left out of a job and maybe a home. With that being said, the government would then have to pay those employees personally in order to compensate for their lost income. That in hand brings a bigger political aspect in the argument on whether or not to move forward with this plan of “Fully Automated Luxury Communism”. Another major factor to consider before turning over our world to a bunch of robots is that with so many newly unemployed people the government might want to consider the amount of crime rates increasing and possibly the cases of obesity and other health issues with so much free time. As we have seen many times before history continues to repeat itself, so who’s to say that ten to twenty years from now people won’t have this same conversation again about a new and improved robot or some other type of advanced technology to take over the old robots. Though the idea of FALC may sound appealing and meet the eye at first, I think it’s only temporarily amusing. After a while people are going to become tired of just sitting around and such a uniform repetitive day a wish to continue working. Overall, I think it’s totally possible for this to one day be reality but there still are a few problem areas that should be worked out with factories that choose to use this route and some major considerations that need to be made in the government and workers union. Just keep in mind that there will always be something bigger and better right around the corner and will again change how people think and operate.