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When Johnny found his life wasn't to his satisfaction he decided to do nothing about it. That's not strictly speaking true. You see, he formulated a philosophy of sorts and started to live by it. He noticed that the number of things that go wrong in a person's life, the number of disappointments, the heartbreaks, are directly proportional to the number of things that a person does. He even drew a graph to prove it. So Johnny decided, quite simply, to do less. He was so good at his job doing clever things with computers that he negotiated new working conditions with his bosses. Rather than being paid progressively more money for the same amount of work, he asked to be paid the same amount of money for progressively less time spent working. The working week got shorter and shorter until Johnny could fulfill his commitments from the comfort of his sofa sometime between the midday news and the afternoon movie. He lived his simple life almost exclusively within his G12 postcode. The West ... Written by