The ability for someone to "walk in another man's shoes" has been lost over the years. People have become unable to see any other situation other than the one they are experiencing. The notion that "I make X amount, so should you. I can do Y job, so should you." And on and on. Its weird.I fell for the "Make up to $1,500 per week!" and bought a two year old car. Sure, before I did, I scoured the internet and settled upon the Rideshare Guy who, it turns out, isn't so impartial as you'd think (I signed up for Lyft under his name). No where did I find anything that came close to describing the true costs of driving, nor the real amount I would be making. Nowhere. So please stop pounding on people who can't (as apparently many of you CAN) "just find another job" because the areas where Uber pay is really low don't have all that many jobs in general. That said, I can't wait for karma to be applied to some of you, for when you're too old for many jobs and you're turfed out by society. Because it will likely happen - just don't get too comfortable.