Among the main complaints people lodge at universal basic income is that it'll make them lazy. But, Silicon Valley enterpreneur Sam Altman disagrees. On a recent episode of the Freakonomics podcast, entitled "Is the World Ready for a Guaranteed Basic Income?" he argued basic income could support huge amounts of productivity loss and still carry the economy on its shoulders. "Maybe 90% of people will go smoke pot and play video games, but if 10% of the people go create incredible new products and services and new wealth, that's still a huge net-win," Altman says. "And the American puritanical ideal that hard work for its own sake is valuable — period — and that you can't question that, I think that's just wrong." http://www.techinsider.io/sam-altman-praises-basic-income-on-freakonomics-podcast-2016-4 What do you think? Is 10% of working force enough to back basic income concept?