If you’re not riding long distances, every single day, assuming decent tubs then it’s possible.
I have commuted on tubs in the past and still use them for occasional cycles. Yes I’ve flatted, but not as often as on clinchers. One commute I flatted about 5 miles from the office and rode it all the way in, because in a pinch you can with tubs (sure I could’ve spent 10 mins by the roadside instead changing a tube, but where’s the adventure in that...).
That said, my tub rims are largely Ambrosio Nemesis which look great and last a lifetime. Not sure I’d want to ride 5m on a punctured tub mounted on carbon...
These days fancy tape does away with the need for gluing. Tubs also have the benefit of coming up wider/rounder than a clincher equivalent.
Conventional logic says no, but it can be done.
*oh and there’s always sealant if you’re really worried about punctures.