Dish washing?

What do you think?

I think the video hosts have not been in the military. Otherwise they would have realized that the US Army had solved this energy efficiency puzzle many decades ago with the "many sets of hands washing dishes for 12 hours straight" methodology, better known as KP duty. Of course today, given the somewhat pampered modern military where efficiency may not be the watchword, automatic conveyor systems might be in place, but 50 years ago, having soldiers who were being paid around $70 dollars a month take "home" pay, whose many hands served as a conveyor of clean dishes and pot and pans, was an efficient system that could only be envied. The major drawback to this system was that it led to an increase of thoughts about going AWOL. That said, this system was quite democratic in nature, for all soldiers had the privilege of serving as kitchen police, and it also was used as a penal device for punishing misbehaving soldiers. Think of the money this efficient dishwashing method saved the taxpayers. Oh, and we can also thank the military for instituting the first intranet system about 50 years ago. By the way, I don't have a dishwasher.