by the time you and I met in 2017, you already had a universal basic income and it kind of appointed yourself. The Prototype which I have to say is the greatest thing. It was the greatest thing of all time. So I want you to reflect Act on that time. In New Orleans, when I got a drink with you and I was like, Hey I'm going to run for president on universal basic income. Do you remember that? Oh
absolutely yeah out always remember that as a as a big day and
then so what did you think? When I
said it I was extremely excited about that Prospect and I was already like my mind was already. Worrying was already like buzzing about the idea of you like on the debate stage. Age on a national, you know, platform talking about basic income was just thinking, like, how, like, how much that would push the movement forward it for suddenly, like everyone watching to be like, hearing this debate happened and the other candidates would have to like, have a stance on basic income and everything, so it was really exciting. And
I remember you having that reaction I have to say, Scott, your reaction was so pure and unusual because there was no Or anything at all. You're just like sure. Like and your mind was going towards the practicalities.
Andrew Told Scott He Was Running for President on a UBI Platform in 2017
A conversation with Scott Santens, the original UBI advocate