Give someone a job to solve a problem and you can bet the problem will never go away. There is, after all, a job at stake. That is why the military is usually a growth industry, not to mention lawyers, medical researchers and insurance agents. Mandarins – nowadays we call them managers – have multiplied their presence for centuries, squeezing others to fund their own comfort. Recently I’ve pitched camp in a police state, where ever expanding squadrons of police are required to counter the ‘mass incidents’ their presence incites, and countless ‘censors’, a.k.a. domestic spies, proliferate to protect the ‘secrets’ other folk call common social knowledge. Oh well, in different times and places they dealt in the problem of solving death itself, called the faithful to church and kept countless pious agents of God in bread and wine. What is the next problem-growth industry for an ambitious young fellow?