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Battle of wits. People trying to get have an edge over their competition.
Automatic 5-stars for life.
That’s awesome you are worth a billion dollars.
Your profile is a unicorn. Is that a coincidence.
Slamming the door is something I hear all over the place as a common complaint. Are there really that many people who do this? Are they doing it intentionally or just ignorantly?
I’m thinking it’s the latter but I feel riders need to be educated or drivers are too sensitive about it. Also, people don’t know how much power it takes to close the door of a car of a particular model. I’m often about not penalizing people if they have good intent but still make a mistake. I wonder if this makes sense.
I don’t understand but it sounds unfair. LOL
Super cute vest!!!
Right, but the registered ones, right?
and by registered, I mean dogs that wear those cute little blue vests! Love 'em!
Stuart probably means that the colored people (or those in poor communities) are taking it out on white drivers by rating them lower.
Of course, we don't know if that is what's actually happening. It could be that 1) these white drivers do treat black drivers worse hence are responded with negative ratings or 2) blacks or at least poor people do indeed rate everyone lower.
Weren’t they expensive? Do you remember how much they were? And monthly fees? (If you don’t mind me asking.)
Bag phone? I had to google it. It didn't disappoint.
Well, while your logic seems solid, there are drivers out there that LOVE TO TALK. I mean, they talk, talk, and talk. I am a nice person and I listen, but that's is like a major stereotypical characteristic of a taxi driver. How can we NOT ask such a question?
You also have to think where this question is coming from. Some drivers are friendly and try to start a conversation. The riders sometimes do not want to talk but do not want to be rude.
It's a question coming from a real nice person who does not want to be rude and want to be sensitive to the drivers' feelings.
Oh gosh. What a failure on the law makers to let this happen.
Uber is pretty pervasive though. Even right now at 4AM, and I live about 15 miles out of Boston, and I see two cars just a few minutes away. I'd imagine if I were anywhere close to the city, I'd see way more cars. Again, that's 4AM Wednesday morning.
Right. There are too many corner use cases no one is talking about, like the snow. This is one of those things 90% isn't good enough.
Funny thing is that 100% of the people who drive KNOW this, but the world continues to believe this is happening tomorrow. Just because Google is doing it.
Does Uber ever send you the photo so you can look at it?
Wow cool. thanks.
Starting to become a pattern. See this line:
Gaston reportedly had a history of predatory and violent behavior prior to working at Uber. Despite his criminal history, Gaston was still hired by Uber.
Thanks for sharing. As a passenger, I had no idea this is how it works. This must be why it sometimes takes time for the Uber app to respond. Keeps spinning and spinning. I could be being denied by drivers left and right. Hahaha.
What happens if no one wants me then? You say you received the request 3x, but then what? Does it keep going around forever? (or are you saying this person got denied twice and kept retrying three times?
Do little kids really just walk up and take Uber? I've never driven (though I thought about it), but I have a hard time little kids using the app and trying to go to places.