Burger-Flipping Robot is Now Cheaper Than a Minimum Wage Worker

Daily Stormer
March 3, 2020

We all know that thing’s eventually gonna get raped, right?

All these menial jobs that White 12-year-olds can do are getting automated.

So the only rational thing to do is to flood White countries with even more low IQ brown people that can’t really do anything other than them.

Because the GDP god said he’ll get angry if we don’t.


Burger-flipping robots are changing the food service industry by offering their services to restaurants for about $3 an hour.

Miso Robotics’ machine named Flippy is “the world’s first autonomous robotic kitchen assistant that can learn from its surroundings and acquire new skills over time,” according to the company’s website.

Off-the-shelf robot arms have plunged in price in recent years, from more than $100,000 in 2016, when Miso Robotics first launched, to less than $10,000 today, with cheaper models coming in the near future.

As a result, Miso can offer Flippys to fast-food restaurant owners for an estimated $2,000 per month on a subscription basis, breaking down to about $3 per hour. (The actual cost will depend on customers’ specific needs). A human doing the same job costs $4,000 to $10,000 or more a month, depending on a restaurant’s hours and the local minimum wage. And robots never call in sick.

Remember all those people who demanded a “living wage” for a job that a trained chimp can do?

I don’t think they’re gonna be happy about Skynet stealing their burger jobs.

Despite the recent gains in technology, presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has continued to call for a $15 federal minimum wage even though employers may choose to have a robot do the job for less money.

“And what we also have to do is make it easier for workers to join unions so they can sit down and engage in collective bargaining and earn a decent living,” he said during an August interview with rapper Cardi B.

This is really cringy

Some business owners in New York have admitted that the mandated $15 minimum wage has forced many of them to cut staff, raise prices, and even shut down altogether.

“You can only cut back so many people before the service starts to suffer,” said Susannah Koteen, who owns the Lido Restaurant in Harlem.

On the other hand, many fear that service industry robots will cause a “job apocalypse” if more employers begin choosing machines over people.

You know, most people would probably do better with less money if there was less immigration.

All those immigrants driving up living costs on almost everything, while also reducing wages are not good.

And the darkies especially, since they commit enormous amounts of crime and make large swaths of cities essentially uninhabitable, forcing people to seek more expensive accommodations.

But common sense is in short supply these days…

But Ken Goldberg, a professor of engineering at UC Berkeley, predicted that the changes will not be much different than those in the past.

“When spreadsheet software first came out everyone was predicting the end of all bookkeeping and accounting jobs,” he said.

“What actually happened was it changed the job, so accountants didn’t spend their time punching numbers into the adding machine all day, but instead started doing all these visualizations and scenario planning,” Goldberg concluded.

I really don’t see how that’s gonna happen in this case.

Spreadsheet software is just a tool, you need actual people to use it, it doesn’t do the job by itself.

This does, and the people it’s gonna take jobs away from mostly already have a very limited skill set.

I don’t know what the solution to this is, but I do know we’d be much better off if we all lived in normal, homogeneous societies not run by people who think sucking blood out of baby dicks makes them special.

All of this technological advancement could’ve come faster and in a more useful form, and solutions to the problems it causes could’ve been found, but we as a civilization are spending all our time and resources managing an Islamo-tranny circus.

And the robot problem has just begun.

The reality is probably gonna be worse, and far less exciting