Paucity

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Paucity is the absence of something.

It is unique in that the less you have of it, the more you have of everything else, in equal measure. This shows that you always have lots of stuff; if you lack material things, you can comfort and delight yourself with your abundance of paucity. With everyone having so much paucity to exchange for goods, it is clear that world poverty does not exist. These facts show up philanthropists for what they are: paucity thieves.[1]

Most of the United States' excess paucity is stored in the luxurious Schyster Stockpile on Nab Island, Connecticut.

Paucity is related to the concept of anti-money.

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  1. It is also a fact that smugglers are actually smuggling paucity in the opposite direction. Horrors!