The Entitled Snobs are Here!

Tim In Cleveland

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So I get an XL ping to Carnegie and of course it was bear to get there with road closings. As I get within a few blocks, I see a lady bolt out into the street upset and screaming. I stopped and asked if she needed help and she said someone had confronted her with a gun and was after her. I realize this might have been a mental health issue, but she didn't look dangerous and I decided to take her somewhere safe. I pulled up to where my XL riders were and told them I was their Uber driver but that I was having an emergency and apologized that I would have to cancel. They actually pointed at the lady and said "But she's insane". I said "She's still human and I'm going to help her out".
New level of selfish snobs in town. They don't even see it rude to point to someone they've known for 2 seconds and loudly diagnose them as insane in hopes that I will kick her to the curb to give them a ride to a bar for $4.
She wanted to go to the Greyhound station so I took her there. She was paranoid someone would follow with a gun for most of the trip. It only took 5 minutes to get her over there. I'm glad I helped her.
 

The Mollusk

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That's an incredibly foolish thing to do. You've heard that saying " no good deed goes unpunished , right "?
 

UberHammer

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Past Sponsor
Learn something new everyday... now I know another way to get a free ride.... unless of course it's was just happenstance that someone pulled a gun on her right before she was going to take a bus out of town.
 

NoMoUbrr

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So I get an XL ping to Carnegie and of course it was bear to get there with road closings. As I get within a few blocks, I see a lady bolt out into the street upset and screaming. I stopped and asked if she needed help and she said someone had confronted her with a gun and was after her. I realize this might have been a mental health issue, but she didn't look dangerous and I decided to take her somewhere safe. I pulled up to where my XL riders were and told them I was their Uber driver but that I was having an emergency and apologized that I would have to cancel. They actually pointed at the lady and said "But she's insane". I said "She's still human and I'm going to help her out".
New level of selfish snobs in town. They don't even see it rude to point to someone they've known for 2 seconds and loudly diagnose them as insane in hopes that I will kick her to the curb to give them a ride to a bar for $4.
She wanted to go to the Greyhound station so I took her there. She was paranoid someone would follow with a gun for most of the trip. It only took 5 minutes to get her over there. I'm glad I helped her.
If only Uber looked after their "Partners" like you did to Her.Thank You.
 
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