July 1, 2018
It must be maddening to fight against nature. That’s why Liberals are always so miserable. Given the choice, everybody would discriminate against blacks.
African-Americans waiting on taxis in Los Angeles are likely to face longer wait times and have a greater chance of being canceled on than whites, Asians and Hispanics, according to a new study out Wednesday from UCLA.
They also faced longer wait times and more cancellations with Lyft and Uber, though far less so than with taxis, according to “Ridehail Revolution: Ridehail Travel and Equity in Los Angeles,” a doctoral dissertation by Anne Brown of UCLA’s Institute for Transportation Studies.
Taxi drivers in L.A. were 73 percent more likely to cancel on black riders than whites, and one-quarter of blacks were never sent a cab, according to the research, which had 18 UCLA students of different ethnicities hail 1,704 trips between October and December 2017. Black riders also waited 52 percent longer than whites for taxis.
The study lands amid a national conversation about how African-Americans face bias in everyday interactions, from waiting at a Starbucks to hosting a picnic, and as gig economy companies confront ways their platforms enable users – from drivers to Airbnb hosts – to persist in discriminatory practices that violate their policies.
Whatever happened to “my body, my rules” and it’s less well-known but just as applicable “my car, my rules?”
Regardless, it seems that the media is stumbling onto a little-known, and very well-guarded secret.
Most Uber drivers are secretly racist Stormer readers and TRS podcast listeners.
Think about it. You’ve got those long drives where you just sit back and listen to Sven incessantly interrupt Mike after he says, “see here’s the thing.”
That’s how they get hooked.
There’s also a split within our community.
White collar cubicle workers read the Stormer because they can’t be sitting there cracking up with headphones in at work. The Daily Stormer is just an alt-tab away though.
Meanwhile, the Uber drivers, delivery people and long-distance truckers are all TRS people.
The next time you order an Uber, ask the driver which TRS podcast is their favorite and which non-White group is their least favorite, and you’re guaranteed to have an interesting chat, trust me.