It does not reflect the stupidity of men, but the stupidity of men, but the stupidity of management when men refuse to work labor saving machinery.
It does not reflect the stupidity of men, but the stupidity of management when men refuse to work labor saving machinery.
The first Sears catalog, published in 1888, provided people in rural areas with access to a tremendous amount of labor saving devices, clothing, home furnishing and more at reasonable prices.
In the early 1900s, many of these conveniences were unheard of, and even the staff of the St. Regis got the luxury treatment - the hotel's maids were among the first to use labor-saving vacuum cleaners.
Today, we also depend on modern, labor-saving devices like the washer and dryer to save us time.
Space flight, space colonies, artificial intelligence, autonomous cars and every labor saving device imaginable.
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