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I think we can easily find the "can't help themselves". But the "won't" might be tougher. But I if you were to look at the group as a whole, you should be able to knock out a large portion right away. Then there's a muddy middle group that is debatable. Let's get through the easy decisions first then move on to the tougher ones.


I don't see it as easy at all. I can look at my neighbor and say, he should be working, he's just using the system. How do you separate him out of the group?

How would you do it?

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