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 Posted 10 months ago

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    bBerman81
    258 Rider
     10 months ago

    I love it how Amazon Gift Card is just as good as cash these days.

    Can you imagine if the offer was for Chipotle gift card?  I'd think twice.

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      igetaround
      54
       10 months ago

      Amazon Prime is where it's at, I can get so much without ever leaving my couch.

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      DWang02
      102 Rider
       10 months ago

      What's wrong with Chipotle.  Love their food.

      Now, if it were McDonald's..   actually, that'd be as good as cash.  I know we all eat there, even the snobs. (they just don't admit it)

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        bBerman81
        258 Rider
         10 months ago

        What's wrong with McDonalds. :)

        btw, they own Chopotle doesn't it?

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          h8terA
          13
           10 months ago

          McDonalds is FAKE food people. FAKE toxic food that is poisoning our children!! Wake up!

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            DaimsLer
            250
             10 months ago

            We already know this. Just can't resist

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          DWang02
          102 Rider
           10 months ago

          Actually, no. They had a 90% stake at one point, but they sold it off.

          The burger chain made an investment in Chipotle in 1998 that helped it grow from 14 locations to nearly 500 within seven years. By 2005, McDonald's had a 90% stake in Chipotle's business. But one year later, McDonald's divested its stake and parted ways with the fledglingburrito chain.May 22, 2015
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            dShaperoMDM
            99
             10 months ago

            I thought this was a Uber forum.

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              RedANT
              947 Rider Driver
               10 months ago

              Sadly, the fast food discussed is often an integral part of a rideshare drivers diet.  I guess that in a way, that makes it relevant?  undecided