Discussion in 'Stories' started by Ridesharingforyou, Feb 12, 2018.
Just no pleasing some people
And to think he's practically paying Uber to transport this turd around town .
When uberman used to post here, he had dashcam footage of a female hitting him while driving, if I remember correctly it turned out to be his girlfriend
Upon first sign of possible violence:
1. Get out of the car
2. Draw your weapon
3. Tell the perp to get out of the car with hands in plain sight and slowly
4. Tell perp to get on the ground face down with hands clasped behind head
5. Get back in car
6. Back up vehicle
7. Drive car over perp
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7
9. Drive away
10. Discard dashcam sim card
11. Cancel ride so she can't rate you
"I was an Army medic for 22 years," he said. "And I've never been through anything like this before."
It seems like he's implying driving for Uber is more dangerous than war! Imagine the feeling when picking up passengers from certain neighborhoods in Chi-Raq.
He seems a little soft for an ex Army medic. How do you let a stupid beotch like this get under your skin? Also, how does he not have an exact address if she requested a ride in the app? Take her ass to the pin, kick her to the curb and call it a day. If she won't get out then you can call the cops.
Most likely a pool pax.
Our medics definitely wouldnt have studdered.
However, its possible that as a medic he spent more time at the aid station rather than on patrol attached to a line unit.
He was 32 when GWOT started. If he joined at 18, he would have been 11 years in. he could have been a SFC by then and happily working the aid station. Driving Uber may actually be harder than being a Fobbit.
No pool in Houston
Honorary pool pax
Interesting it says he is suing the lady and Lyft. Not sure what Lyft had to do with it. Sounded like the driver handled it pretty well.
Did I just defend Lyft!?
That’s probably the default advice an attorney gives when they discover the defendant is a low rent deadbeat. Go after Lyft, they have bank.
Welcome to vehicle for hire. I've had someone pull a gun and rob me. I've been sliced in the face by a punk (actually there were two punks) with a knife. Both times when doing taxi.
Anyway I don't get why anyone would do ride share at night. You don't get any extra money for it usually because there are too many damn drivers for a surge. So why put up with all this crap that tends to happen at night?
You forget to sprinkle some Crack on it!
my perfect pax is: Guy or Gail, going to the airport on a business trip, too tired to talk! hello, airport, thanks!
Unless they have a full time day job and need extra income.
The likelihood of those types of crimes happening with ride-sharing are significantly less because of all the personal information the passengers have to put in as well as most cities (Chicago excluded) show the ratings so if one is uncomfortable with a rating they don't have to accept, not saying it doesn't happen as we all know it does but in comparison to how it was with cabs especially before ride-sharing took over the market, it's really minimized.
Well, she will be signing up for lyft then.
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