* Don't worry, I'll store them in separate folders so they don't know about each other.
If it's OK with you, I'm going to pretend they're all in the same folder.
Each year school kids in Australia sit The National Assessment Program (NAPLAN) which in part tests literacy.
Can we get this AI to test Slashdot summaries?
I have a well reasoned dislike for a company
I'm not seeing the "well-reasoned" part. You don't like what they say and you spewed a poorly reasoned explanation for why you don't see local delivery happening. I'm not in love with Uber either, and I don't approve of all their actions. But my dislike for them doesn't preclude me from seeing the possibility of package delivery.
Just telephone type "my cup holder broke"?
Look, those things are really flimsy, and while they may have barely held the Super Big Gulp in 2001, cups today are more robust. I daren't put my Double Gulp in there anymore, as it's barely hanging on. Heck, even the X-Treme Gulp came out in 2001! Microsoft should replace all the cup holders with ones not only capable of holding the Team Gulp, but also those Gulps anticipated to come out in the next 5 years.
have global logistics chains.
You don't need a global logistics chain to deliver a parcel in a store in Wichita to a person in Wichita. Which is what it sounds like they're doing.
some guy with his mom's car
The owner of the car seems largely irrelevant.
no commercial license
Which is unnecessary to drive said mother's car.
possibly improper insurance
Boy, that doesn't sound solvable at all. Like, by making drivers have and prove they have the right insurance?
quite likely operating as an illegal commercial vehicle in many places.
TBD, lawsuits aren't over, laws may change.
I just don't see that happening.
If you stopped your irrational hate for a second and used your imagination, maybe you could.
What is now proved was once only imagin'd. -- William Blake