When the Titanic started to go down and the abandon ship order came through, I imagine that everyone resigned themselves to their fate and got on with it. I doubt that anyone decided to stay with the ship, thinking that it was about to bob back up in the water at any minute and start steaming ahead again. The modern-day sister ship to the Titanic in spirit, the good (?) ship Uber, has now flooded up to the bridge deck. With the latest pay cut cynically disguised as balancing per-mile and per-minute rates, the water level is going to go even higher. The lights are flickering off and on, more off than on now, and a lot more drivers are going to call it a day and abandon ship. For me personally, yet another 10% - 20% pay cut from Uber is out of the question and I will be looking for a job starting in January. I had seen this coming for a few years; at least three, so it comes as no surprise. And in a way I am glad; this last pay cut was what it took to finally tip me out of my complacency. The question is why are people mourning this ship going down? Isn't it a case of it was good (kind of) while it lasted and now it's time to move on? Why is everyone so gloomy about the loss of viability of Uber for drivers when the economy is booming right now? The question of this poll that I have, though, is whether this latest pay cut is going to be what it takes for Uber to finally convince you that it's not worth driving for them?