Don't patronize a company that is just bad for everyone.
They're not bad for everyone. Everyone I know who uses Uber likes them, and everyone I know who drives for Uber is happy to work for them.
Clearly you are an exception to my experience, but I kind of doubt you use taxis very often either.
genocide during the Reign of Terror.
Really? Against who?
They are hemorrhaging billions annually,
I really wonder how they can be losing so much money, considering they take quite a chunk of each fare from drivers. What are they spending it all on?
Would you eat at an unregulated restaurant if it meant you had a chance of getting food poisoning every time you ate there?
I literally feel more concerned about food poisoning in a typical taxi than a typical Uber. Add to it that Uber drivers never try to rip you off by driving a longer route. And then there's the biggest issue: Uber drivers are actually willing to come pick me up, but taxi drivers are not.
There is zero, zilch, nada, evidence of significant Democratic voter fraud.
How exactly do you think Democrats were able to maintain hold on the house for so many years?
Appropriately enough, Mr Gerry, who gave his name to Gerrymandering, was of the Democratic-Republican party.
Should be something we can agree has no place in our elections whether you're conservative or liberal.
That's the point right? And yet each party (just like you) can somehow only see it when it hurts them.
Yet, look at VR now and the software available for it, after half a decade. It still hasn't moved on from simple tech demos.
The latest Resident Evil is available in VR. Reviews are, um, good, I guess.
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