Oh my God!
Michael Lorton

What a phenomenal job of missing the point. You know, reading and comprehension are not one-and-the-same. Outlining the pitfalls of a faceless, context-less, impersonal sharing economy is not the same as complaining about not “being entitled to everyone else’s money.” Had you checked your “I’ve got mine, screw you” attitude at the door, perhaps you might have realized the author was describing a system that has depreciating benefits for both the worker and the service-buyer.

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