VEGAS?? GOOD LUCK !!!

Farman vegas

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VEGAS ??? GOOD LUCK !!! After tiptoeing through strict Nevada state laws & advertising for drivers, the upper echelon of Uber tossed in the cards & officially opened for bizz in the largest city in the US not to have their vehicles in service. Problem is..... Shut down within one hour by Nv state lawmakers !!! The extremely deeeeep pockets that have pipelined cashola for decades to state of Nv lawmakers have created a hand crafted no tolerance law of ANYONE coming in & transporting people for $$$,, Simply put if Uber really wants a fight against a small experienced crew that transports 40 plus million people a year with literally endless amounts of $$$$ then they have awakened the right people. Within one hour they hooked up 4 vehicles & arrested 4 drivers. That's the way the law reads if your not properly certified to operate & that's the way it's going to stay. With 5 decades of tens of dozens of other people from rickshaws to shuttles to limousines nobody has ever come close & it's not going to change,, PERIOD !!! Old west lives in Nevada laws & this is 100% proof & what STARTED IN VEGAS STAYS IN VEGAS.... The reason Uber waited so long to launch in LV is because old west cowboys hold the bullets for the guns & always will,,, GOOD LUCK !!
”the god”: Brnovich special action at Supreme Court !
 

LasVegasMellowYellow

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5 years and 86 pages, and still no one knows what he talking about. Before anyone else can post it, I'd like to let everyone know it 381 days until the next NV congressional session.
 

lubi571

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Brnovich Arizona AG is trying to eliminate increased rideshare fee increases recently approved for Sky Harbor airport. It's the Arizona supreme court where he will fight this increase. The last thing we need is increased rideshare fees anywhere. Phoenix looking for money in all the wrong places if you will.
 

LasVegasMellowYellow

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Brnovich Arizona AG is trying to eliminate increased rideshare fee increases recently approved for Sky Harbor airport. It's the Arizona supreme court where he will fight this increase. The last thing we need is increased rideshare fees anywhere. Phoenix looking for money in all the wrong places if you will.
Okay... now I understand who Brnovich is, I actually thought it was a misspelling. So what was @Farman vegas reaction to Uber pulling out of Ontario, CA airport when they raised fees from $3 to $4. Of course to be paid by the rider... not the driver. And as a side note, can anyone think of a more appropriate forum to post that in? I dunno... maybe the Phoenix forum? I'm all for public discourse, but why debate Phoenix airport rules here. This thread should have been locked long ago. And has anyone heard what happened to the animals in Africa with SB 1487?
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The last thing we need is increased rideshare fees anywhere.
I'll agree with you to a certain extent, but it's important to understand that transportation is a valuable commodity. If you're selling a commodity under market value, then government may step in to generate easy revenue.

If 5 people want to go from Mccarran Airport to Excalibur Hotel, the customer has options:

• Limo service would cost around $65

• Shuttle bus service is $8 per person or $40

• CAT bus (I believe) $5 per person or $25

• cab service is $19

• rideshare (in the past) is around $14

• One Heineken beer at Bellagio $14

If you undervalue your service to such a great degree, then I honestly don't mind government stepping in to create easy tax revenue. The more taxes that tourists pay means less taxes I have to pay.
 
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lubi571

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Okay... now I understand who Brnovich is, I actually thought it was a misspelling. So what was @Farman vegas reaction to Uber pulling out of Ontario, CA airport when they raised fees from $3 to $4. Of course to be paid by the rider... not the driver. And as a side note, can anyone think of a more appropriate forum to post that in? I dunno... maybe the Phoenix forum? I'm all for public discourse, but why debate Phoenix airport rules here. This thread should have been locked long ago. And has anyone heard what happened to the animals in Africa with SB 1487?
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I'll agree with you to a certain extent, but it's important to understand that transportation is a valuable commodity. If you're selling a commodity under market value, then government may step in to generate easy revenue.

If 5 people want to go from Mccarran Airport to Excalibur Hotel, the customer has options:

• Limo service would cost around $65

• Shuttle bus service is $8 per person or $40

• cab service is $19

• rideshare (in the past) is around $14

If you undervalue your service to such a great degree, then I honestly don't mind government stepping in to create easy tax revenue. The more taxes that tourists pay means less taxes I have to pay.

I loved the Heineken price. My wife and I waiting for friends at prime 4 screwdrivers regular vodka (Kettle One) $96. I tell the bartender I thought it was happy hour he replies "It is!".
I know that a small increase looks trivial at this point. If any increase is allowed once, it will happen again and again. Other cities will follow and increase fees. A $1 increase is millions of revenue for the city. Why not raise it $5 when you need to.

At what point will this have an affect on the driver? I don't know, but there is a number where it will impact your tip or maybe make it easier to self park etc.

Most of my rides to the airport are locals.

Do any of the locals here think before they decide to pay for parking at a strip casino? Absolutely.

What if the casinos decide to add a fee for rideshare?

The last thing we need as drivers are increased fees by the gvt. or anyone else.

You could only nickel and dime so much.

I love the Heineken price. Me and my wife are waiting for friends at Prime. We have four screwdrivers regular vodka (K1) $96 without tip. I tell the bartender I thought it was happy hour his reply "It is".
 
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LasVegasMellowYellow

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How much were they trying to tax rides at Sky Harbor in Phoenix? I've always considered a state's Attorney General to be non-partisan, and more constitutional oriented.
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Do any of the locals here think before they decide to pay for parking at a strip casino?
I know in advance that if I'm going to a hockey game or a concert, that I'll be paying for parking, so no that doesn't affect my decision to go to the event.
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I love the Heineken price. Me and my wife are waiting for friends at Prime
Took my wife there for our 20th wedding anniversary. We ordered too much food and too much wine. Dinner with tip was $400. I'll see them again on my 40th anniversary. 😭
 
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lubi571

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How much were they trying to tax rides at Sky Harbor in Phoenix? I've always considered a state's Attorney General to be non-partisan, and more constitutional oriented.
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I know in advance that if I'm going to a hockey game or a concert, that I'll be paying for parking, so no that doesn't affect my decision to go to the event.
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Took my wife there for our 20th wedding anniversary. We ordered too much food and too much wine. Dinner with tip was $400. I'll see them again on my 40th anniversary. 😭
I have no idea what the increase is.
Yes it is expensive Happy 20th wish you 80 more.
 

Farman vegas

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VEGAS ??? GOOD LUCK !!! After tiptoeing through strict Nevada state laws & advertising for drivers, the upper echelon of Uber tossed in the cards & officially opened for bizz in the largest city in the US not to have their vehicles in service. Problem is..... Shut down within one hour by Nv state lawmakers !!! The extremely deeeeep pockets that have pipelined cashola for decades to state of Nv lawmakers have created a hand crafted no tolerance law of ANYONE coming in & transporting people for $$$,, Simply put if Uber really wants a fight against a small experienced crew that transports 40 plus million people a year with literally endless amounts of $$$$ then they have awakened the right people. Within one hour they hooked up 4 vehicles & arrested 4 drivers. That's the way the law reads if your not properly certified to operate & that's the way it's going to stay. With 5 decades of tens of dozens of other people from rickshaws to shuttles to limousines nobody has ever come close & it's not going to change,, PERIOD !!! Old west lives in Nevada laws & this is 100% proof & what STARTED IN VEGAS STAYS IN VEGAS.... The reason Uber waited so long to launch in LV is because old west cowboys hold the bullets for the guns & always will,,, GOOD LUCK !!
“the god”: only 16 days left !

Bill No. 11-5-19-1
Page 5
Section (e)
 

openUeyes

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only 16 days left, to what?

maybe you could provide a link.

maybe you could quote whatever is in bill 11-5-91, page 5, section (e).

maybe you could clarify, (in simple terms), the message that you are trying so hard to convey.
 

Farman vegas

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VEGAS ??? GOOD LUCK !!! After tiptoeing through strict Nevada state laws & advertising for drivers, the upper echelon of Uber tossed in the cards & officially opened for bizz in the largest city in the US not to have their vehicles in service. Problem is..... Shut down within one hour by Nv state lawmakers !!! The extremely deeeeep pockets that have pipelined cashola for decades to state of Nv lawmakers have created a hand crafted no tolerance law of ANYONE coming in & transporting people for $$$,, Simply put if Uber really wants a fight against a small experienced crew that transports 40 plus million people a year with literally endless amounts of $$$$ then they have awakened the right people. Within one hour they hooked up 4 vehicles & arrested 4 drivers. That's the way the law reads if your not properly certified to operate & that's the way it's going to stay. With 5 decades of tens of dozens of other people from rickshaws to shuttles to limousines nobody has ever come close & it's not going to change,, PERIOD !!! Old west lives in Nevada laws & this is 100% proof & what STARTED IN VEGAS STAYS IN VEGAS.... The reason Uber waited so long to launch in LV is because old west cowboys hold the bullets for the guns & always will,,, GOOD LUCK !!
“the god”: 2021 forecast for 3073 is very impressive !
 

fspgocolts

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It’s not worth it Jethro. Farman is an UBER driver, and former cab driver who delights on the demise of the taxi cartel. He follows all the initiatives going on in local governments where UBER is being challenged. The consensus here is that Farman is an individual who delights in speaking cryptically about the initiatives taking place, so others on here pad his ego with questions about what he’s talking about. Were he to explain the details of the bills he follows on here, then he wouldn’t retain any leverage over anybody else in the forum. His posts are massive ego exercises for him. Or he’s corporate Uber, trying to keep everybody else up updated. But my money is on the former.
 

LasVegasMellowYellow

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2021 forecast for 3073
But he's talking about things from the year 3073... so maybe he's actually a time traveler. I bet time travel is possible in 3073.

And he speaks in short, cryptic messages because that's how people talk in the future. There's probably a lack of oxygen, because we cut down all the trees. Longer sentences would use more oxygen.

As for this God? All the books including Bibles got destroyed in the Great Book Burning of 2542... so the God must be whoever the CEO of Uber is...because Uber controls every facet of every human life on planet Earth in 3073. They control everything. Maybe the God is the AI that controls the Uber algorithm?

Geez....what do you think 3073 is even going to look like? We have to think people! Terminator wasn't fiction, but actually an autobiography of the life of "The God" John Conner?
 
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wastaxinowuber

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Las Vegas by 3073 Lake Mead will be dry and turn into a Volcano. Casinos will have iPad thingies with debit/credit card attachments to play slots in your hotel room. No slots in the casino just table games all electronic. There will be a pedestrian bridge at every intersection on LVB.

every car will be self driving. RTC will have self driving busses that charge less than Uber and Taxi and will be very efficient. Monorail will be discontinued. No strip clubs, prostitution will be legal but mostly be sex robots that are inexpensive to serve your needs.
 
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