A Wolf happened upon a TV Repairman who was selling his wares.

“Is your television broken? I can fix it for a reasonable price,” said The TV Repairman.

The Wolf said “No, it’s not broken and even if it was, I’m concerned that bringing it to a second hand repair shop would void its warranty.”

The TV Repairman sneered.

“Everyone says that these days. The damned manufacturers and their lawyers have ruined the industry.”

The Wolf took a moment to look in the shop and noticed that many of the TVs there were quite old. Some even had dials on the side. The Wolf doubted if they would be compatible with his cable box or even safe to plug in, given their age.

“I’m sure that’s very frustrating,” he said, trying to be sympathetic. “I’ve got a 4K plasma screen anyway, do you have the tools to-”

The TV Repairman cut him off

“Those things are junk, a passing fad. People don’t know the value of an honest-to-god cathode ray tube anymore.”

The Wolf sat on his haunches and tilted his head to one side, trying to come to grips with the situation.

“You know,” he said “I’m not trying to be rude, but I don’t think you really have a viable business model here.”

The TV Repairman cursed and threw garbage at The Wolf until he was forced to run away.

Structural unemployment is rarely accepted with grace.