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I mean is it even legal.
I also feel tacky but more so that I feel like I’m doing something illegals. Like some drug dealer on a street corner.
“Here, I’m not a convenience store, but I bought some Snickers at Bjs and you can buy them for $3 each. You want some?”
white dude problems.
Isn’t unorganized catastrophe a bit redundant? Are there really organized catastrophe? LOL
Sure, a “friend.”
Honest though? That’s genius.
Thinking back to when I signed up, I can’t imagine going through the entire application without having a car. Maybe lots of things have changed since.
This makes sense though. So many people wonder whether they can qualify and it makes sense to not invest in a vehicle until you know. (Or can rent a car)
Already happening. Maybe not as bad as buying a medallion, but I know people who are buying cars on a crazy loan in hopes they will successfully start up third Uber business. I’ve also seen UberX drivers buy a luxury car to bump themselves up to UberBlack, and these are people who have no business taking large loans on nice cars.
All I can think about is that the risk is too high. One deactivation can ruin a driver.
Gotta think twice of making it a business when the job was originally designed to be a part-time, off-the-cuff, side job.
See, the problem about this strike is that it’s for all rideshare services.
If they wanted to really convince the masses, they should have asked everyone to turn off Uber tomorrow but allowed to use Lyft. Then we will have another abandon Lyft day next week or something.
At least this way, we won’t be out of a job tomorrow.
Umm, nope. A Lyft driver would be considered a stranger. Plus, the driver isn’t supposed to take the child even.
If you left your five year old kid at a park, that isn’t “putting your kid in the protection of other park goers.”