I've used Handybook a few times and the emails I get from them creep me out. They're always saying stuff like "Where have you been? The average Handybook customer uses Handybook twice a week!" I guess that's supposed to make me go "Wowee, I better get my floors retiled for no reason just to keep up with the Joneses!"?
@forget it i quit There are moral compromises inherent to being a consumer in America, in basically every purchase you ever make, especially big-ticket ones like cars. When people make choices that demonstrate that they are 100% on board with corporate excess and the flaunting of wealth, that is something that you can reasonably judge.
When I worked my CSA shift I reached the conclusion that all CSA-having women in Brooklyn, at the end of a long summer day, resemble either Lena Dunham or Toni Collette depending on their age range.