"Ah sir, I am never bored on the assembly line attaching washers 48 hours a week, since l keep my mind constantly thinking of what we must do to increase production to assist in building up the Motherland."
"But Mr. Huang, you earn only six dollars and twenty-five cents a week. Don't you find this a somewhat measly salary for 48 hours of attaching washers a week?"
"Indeed not, sir. I do not work for money. I have all I need; my wants are simple."
"Do you have any particular gripes about your work? Let's face it, Mr. Huang, work can get you pretty mad sometimes. What with bosses and all." . . .