The University of South Carolina is mourning the death of a student who was killed after she mistakenly got into a car she thought was her Uber. Samantha Josephson was last seen Friday after a night out with her friends.
Uber and Lyft drivers are learning the hard way why cabs have a partition and make people sit in the backseat. This Uber driver was lucky not to be killed by his drunken passengers' attempts to grab the steering wheel and crash the car on the freeway.
An upload to BitChute of the infamous deleted video where actresses Tara Strong and Rena Sofer argue with their Uber driver about Trump. In the video, they call him a "racist" despite clearly having an accent (he is hypothesized to be either Albanian or Iranian) and Rena claims that both her and Tara were born in the US in an attempt to make themselves politically superior to their driver, even though Tara was actually born in Canada. Tara posted this video on November 6, 2018, to get the driver fired. Though she succeeded in getting the Uber driver laid off of his job, she proceeded to remove the video the same day after widespread backlash but not before it spread across the internet. However, Tara is seeking to remove all trace of this video's existence anyway she can because on November 13, 2018, she DMCAed a YouTube copy and a copy I reuploaded on Twitter that both were popular in addition to suspending my Twitter account. Out of concern that this video could be lost forever by copyright strikes from Tara Strong, I have decided to upload this infamous video to BitChuite. Enjoy.
I have been an Uber driver since early 2016 and plenty of people have asked me if it’s worth it. In this video I give my opinion on the matter and weigh up the cons and the pro’s of signing up and driving for Uber. So is it worth it? Well, it depends but in most cases it’s probably not the best idea. There are a few reasons you would want to consider it and I will go over them but, as mentioned, most people shouldn’t bother. In fact, I’ve been told that most people who sign up to become an Uber driver drop out within a couple of months. Although I don’t have any objective confirmation of that. Many people don’t realise the costs associated with it, nor do they realise that despite the “freedom” you need to work as much in “peak times” as you can in order to even be comfortable. So please, enjoy my video a driver’s perspective on the question: should you become an Uber driver?