Self-awareness FAIL: Vox sounds alarm about store ‘self-checkouts,’ reality checks ensue
Vox has an article outlining a problem related to self-checkouts at stores:
Self-checkouts eliminate jobs, shift work to the consumer, breed shoplifting and pave the way for extreme surveillance when we shop. https://t.co/Vp3A9ckJeY
— Vox (@voxdotcom) November 23, 2018
Er, who wants to tell them?
Self-checkouts are the inevitable outcome of the policies you push — like wages not commensurate with the value of one’s job, and “free” benefits for others in society.
Businesses are not going to eat financial loses because that’s not how they work. https://t.co/KlYuoNE9hc
— 𝙰𝚖𝚢 𝙲𝚞𝚛𝚝𝚒𝚜 (@RantyAmyCurtis) November 24, 2018
I honestly believe now that they actually do not understand this argument.
— Todd Lemmon (@toddlemmon) November 24, 2018
Maybe someday there will be a “hot take kiosk” installed at Vox.
You cannot simultaneously dislike self-check out and fight for a $15 minimum wage. https://t.co/9z4Xffrk83
— Lone Conservative (@LoConservative) November 24, 2018
Vox thinks the purpose of Walmart is to maximize the number of people it employs. https://t.co/JsFPN7aNCk
— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) November 24, 2018
Also these anti corporate rebels are apparently concerned over shoplifting
— Joe Gabriel Simonson (@SaysSimonson) November 24, 2018