Three children come to you with a flute

Hudson Johnson
Hudson Johnson

Three children come to you with a flute. They cannot decide among themselves who should keep it.

Child A says: "I should get the flute. I'm the only one here who can play it. And after all, the point of the flute is to make music. The other two can't play, so why should they get it?"

Then, Child B says: " My families' fully automated company made the flute. It may no longer require any efford to create anything but the company belongs to my family regardless. How could you possibly take this from me and give it to someone else?"

Finally, Child C says: "Of the three of us, I am the poorest. I have nothing in this world. My grandparents didn't get into the gated post-scarcity-community because they didn't invest into AI stock 50 years ago and because of automation there is no means of income for me. You should give me the flute, because, then, you would have improved my lot in life immeasurably."

Who should get the flute?

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Oliver Diaz
Oliver Diaz

The first one, the one who can play it. Why the fuck would I give an instrument to some niglet who can't even play it?

Lincoln Peterson
Lincoln Peterson

Me.

Jonathan Taylor
Jonathan Taylor

Is that what corporations invest in when they get tax cuts?

Cameron Perry
Cameron Perry

stealing someone property because they think they can do better with it

Oh wow look, a leaf being a jew

Camden Gray
Camden Gray

ultimate blackpill is that in the end they all bend over and 'get the flute'

Caleb Hall
Caleb Hall

Microeconomics choices scales with macroeconomics decisions

Being this retarded.

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Nolan Rivera
Nolan Rivera

The flute belongs to kid B, it is his family's property. It should be his decision if who he gives the flute to, if he gives it away at all because he has every right to keep it.

Josiah Davis
Josiah Davis

It doesn't belong to anyone you tard

Three children come to you with a flute. They cannot decide among themselves who should keep it.

Read the question you retarded mutt

Asher Powell
Asher Powell

Stick the flute in my pooper and fart a joyous melody then ask who wants it.

Thomas Thomas
Thomas Thomas

A, all other fags cant even play it why its this so hard to understand?

Jace Gonzalez
Jace Gonzalez

Child B objectively

Carter Fisher
Carter Fisher

It may no longer require any efford to create anything

This is the problem with commies. If I didn't require any effort to producing anything there would be enough flutes for all of them to have more flutes than they're ever want.
God damn, commies are going to be our downfall. Either when the Ruskies nuke us or when the gibs voters take over and we become the same as every communist shithole country.

Sebastian Parker
Sebastian Parker

It may no longer require any efford to create anything

The Marxist utopia fantasy hinges around this idea that there is an infinite supply of as much free shit as anybody could ever want. A rope and a tall tree is the only cure for you.

Colton Campbell
Colton Campbell

make the children fight for it

Grayson Diaz
Grayson Diaz

A flute is largely useless, who cares.

Ethan Robinson
Ethan Robinson

I say I will break the flute into three pieces and each child gets one part
If one of the children gives up their claim to it in order for it to remain whole, that child is the true owner

Tyler Rivera
Tyler Rivera

Why does child C even want it? Child B should arrange special financing to child A.

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Andrew Davis
Andrew Davis

I would buy it from whoever managed to kill the other two

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Mason Nguyen
Mason Nguyen

They should share and take turns, it's only a flute and three children after all.

Matthew Cruz
Matthew Cruz

L.O.L. O.P. wasn't a cool guy.

Brody Stewart
Brody Stewart

Yep. But also, note who actually had it when they bring it over and ask how he got it.

Leo Nguyen
Leo Nguyen

I'm stuck between A and B.

How much is A going to play it? If he knows how to play flutes, it's fair to assume he would own one or more flutes already, so an additional flute for him doesn't make much of a difference. However, if he has no other flutes or if he simply does intend on using it often, I think A has a good stance.

On the other hand, what is B going to do with it? Is he going to put it somewhere visible where he and others can appreciate it? Or is he just going to throw it in a box and shove it in the attic to acquire dust?

Finally, fuck C.

Xavier Young
Xavier Young

This is what happens in the real world. It's what the fiancé industry does. They take capital from those that have it and get it to those who know how to use it to make money and everybody gets paid.

Except kid c who did nothing useful and the world would be better off without.

Jason Thomas
Jason Thomas

Nobody "gets" the flute. Child B made the flute with the machines they own. If he's not a retard he'll loan it to Child A in exchange for a split of his performance earnings in a city commons.

Aaron Martin
Aaron Martin

It does belong to the factory that made it, unless it was sold. It is not anyone’s to give.

Brody Allen
Brody Allen

Economics is nothing but a conspiracy theory, user. It's no more sound than any prognostication.

Bentley Butler
Bentley Butler

Ask Child B to give the flute to Child A on the condition that he teach child C how to use it so that one day their poor ass will have a marketable skill and be able to afford a flute of their own.

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Lucas Scott
Lucas Scott

B gets the flute because without the concept of ownership, no one gets the flute.

It is not my place to judge who owns things because that would be stealing from B, and thieves make poor judges.

If B wants to give it to A, or sell it to A to recoup some of his families efforts in making the flute (and even in a "post scarcity blah blah fantasy" deliveries still need to happen) and delivering it then that is up to B.

Gommunism can't even win by analogy because it actually can't exist. It's a belief in nothing and nihilism, which reflects the attitudes of all of its retarded followers.

Ian Ross
Ian Ross

how things usually work when tie government fucks off

Jace Adams
Jace Adams

I break the flute to teach them to work out their problems themselves instead if turning to a parent figure in the hope that an outside authority will force their personally-preferred outcome. Then I burn down this goddamned storybook from within to protest any sort of pedagogy that infantilizes citizens and parentalizes the government: the state is not your fucking daddy, and you are not children of the state.

Lucas Moore
Lucas Moore

Cut it into 3 equal parts.

Hunter Mitchell
Hunter Mitchell

Finance is not economics user, they are totally different animals

Joseph Rodriguez
Joseph Rodriguez

It goes to whoever is strong enough to defend it.

Jace Garcia
Jace Garcia

Child B has to pay child A for child C's lessons. But then child B will receive 10% of profits child C makes playing the flute.

Gabriel Martin
Gabriel Martin

A should get it.
The only reason Children B and C want it is because Child A wants it.
B's Claim is weak because we can assume that his family lost ownership of it by selling it, and that the flute is currently unowned or donated so you can make this moral decision, otherwise it wouldn't be a question in the first place.
C doesn't even know why he wants it. It's still better than B's, assuming "because, then, you would have improved my lot in life immeasurably" means that he plans on learning how to play the flute. If that is the case, then C should get it. A already has a flute. If he's just putting it on a shelf or selling it, then fuck him.

Unless it is a really good flute, then A should keep it because you don't waste nice instruments on someone who can't play them.

Austin Carter
Austin Carter

The the answer is to take the flute and then break it so that no one can enjoy it.

Joshua Sanders
Joshua Sanders

Easy, the child who brings me the most candy will win the rights to the flute.
They will run off and get their candy stashes and bring them to me.
Every time one comes with candy I will tell them another child is slightly ahead of them.
Then they will raid their parents pantries to bring me more candy.
Eventually they will start doing favors for other children and parents in exchange for their candy.
In order to keep track I will start issuing them with slips of paper with a candy exchange value attached to them.
They will start bartering the slips with other children to trade toys for larger sums of candy as well as doing work for them for candy or circulating candy slips.
When it grows large enough, I will start manufacturing candy slips without any physical candy backing them to increase trade in the growing candy economy while I loan out my, I mean "their" physical candy with interest rates attached to them to other children.

I keep the flute

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Joshua Hall
Joshua Hall

the state is not your fucking daddy, and you are not children of the state.
Nice.

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Isaac Adams
Isaac Adams

call the kids parent and ask them if they would like to donate a flute to some poor kids.

Gavin Cruz
Gavin Cruz

Hah!

Feck of ya pooftas Oim takin' ya fag-whistle

Jackson Miller
Jackson Miller

Whoever can pay the highest price sempai

Dylan Collins
Dylan Collins

tfw recognize this pasta

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Jace Morales
Jace Morales

finally. as a father and step-father with grand children they must show a true desire for it. if they are unwilling to fight for it they not only don't need it. they have refused to entertain their father. 1 week in wonky box for them. answer is A if you haven't the stomach for combat sports.

Jack Cruz
Jack Cruz

whoever found the fucking thing first

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Joshua Williams
Joshua Williams

btw this is old as fuck

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Lincoln Jackson
Lincoln Jackson

the flute wouldn't exist at all were it not for the kid's family's machines who made it

Luis Anderson
Luis Anderson

The first one.

Sebastian Sanders
Sebastian Sanders

i keep the flute, fuck you kids

Angel Phillips
Angel Phillips

Me

Cooper Rodriguez
Cooper Rodriguez

If it belongs to child B's family, why the fuck would you rob a child?

Jace Adams
Jace Adams

actually i ransom the flute to B, who employs A to play concerts filled with brainlet C's who pay with government gibs

Cooper Lopez
Cooper Lopez

It doesn't belong to anyone

Sure sounds like it belongs to child B's parents

Brandon Baker
Brandon Baker

child b can make 2 more flutes everyone wins

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Jordan Rogers
Jordan Rogers

we can assume that his family lost ownership of it by selling it

Absolutely nothing in the premise suggests this

Grayson James
Grayson James

If B owns the company that made the flute, by extension if there was no property transfer B automatically already owns the flute. tl;dr Jews win

Josiah Cox
Josiah Cox

"from each according to his ability, to each according to his need"
commie detected. the obvious answer is B, because it is his rightful property. doesn't matter who the fuck can play it or who needs it, it is his property. next.

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James Sullivan
James Sullivan

Option d. Kill both of the nigger kids and the one white kid and take the flute to shove up your ass for pleasure.

Andrew Green
Andrew Green

Trick question but the only answer is none.

Child A may know how to play it OUT OF THE THREE but doesn't mean they should have it. Implying no one else knows how to play it in the world or no one is ever capable of learning?

Child B you would think would but it's their family's company, not the child's. The kid could be disowned or might inherit the company someday but you don't know yet and it's true ownership is in child b's family.

Child C just because you're poor doesn't meant you are owed anything.

Isaiah Howard
Isaiah Howard

Initially the flute would belong to Child B.

However, Child B accepts the social contract that comes with living in society, which has decided that group cohesion is more important than enriching the individual. Therefore, the government assumes owenership of his flute (that Child B must consent to or risk punishment) and redistributes it to Child A and C.

The flute tax ensures that society continues to function.

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James Brooks
James Brooks

"Sort it out amongst yourselves you little cunts, it's none of my business"

Now why does OP consider himself to be some sort of god among men with the power and authority to decide how "the children", as he puts it, should act?
Are you a psychopath OP?

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