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However, their arrogance annoys me even more.
I quit there. What else is there to do when you have a socialist nazi for a mayor. Uber I hope your reading media in Portland right now and urge you to fight this pig. We got your back.
ps- Thanks for the tip Mr. pig (the other pig^), I'm going to look into that over the winter break. Never sued anyone before, once that door is open I know I'll be one trigger happy trash talking SOB. Might even turn into a lawyer then gosh golly might as well even shoot for mayor while I'm at it!!! I'll change the world for the best for everyone according to my own limited perspective and that of my wealthy peers, and that of whatever cab company is filling my pockets:)
We supply the weed but passengers have to sign a waiver stating that they are competent to take the wheel from the passenger seat while the driver takes his bong hit.
I've looked into actually driving a cab, but from the research I've done/stories I've been told, there's a not-insignificant amount of work/networking required to even be considered to be a driver, and starting out means you take what you can get, schedule-wise. To be able to just dink away giving daytime rides while I work on band correspondence/practice/etc, then give up a Friday or Saturday night here and there to ferry people around town would change my situation drastically.
Anyway, my opinion is that both sides of this debate come off as dicks; and, self-serving though it is, I would like to see Uber legalized as it would do a lot for hapless underemployed schmoes like me.