Why I am so tired?

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There are 10 million people in this country (Czech Republic). 

Five million of them are pensioners, which means that there are 5 million people who can work. 

Out of these 5 million workers, 2 million people study. This means that there are 3 million people who can work. Out of the 3 million, there are 1 million people in government, state offices, municipalities and police. Two million people left who can work.

Out of this number, 1,999,998 people are in a hospital or just sick. This means that there are 2 people left who can work. You and me.

And because you are sitting on your ass reading this article, no wonder I'm so tired!

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