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I think you have good points not far from what I was getting at in my longer comment elsewhere in the thread--that of shifting personal inconveniences from mundane chores onto other humans who are likely making far less than the user of this service, and don't get to benefit from the 'value'.

They still have to go home and do their laundry.

Funding and celebrating startups should evaluate the value that is offered to users and to the people who staff the companies. There's a lot of workers who are going to get the shit end of the value proposition here.

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