Sep 102015
Why Uber Is Terrible

For years, if you wanted a ride somewhere you had to call or hail a cab. At best, the experience was not terrible. Now, smartphone ride sharing app Uber has disrupted the taxi service market. But is Uber really as great as the media makes it out to be? After going over the facts, Cracked has realized that Uber is actually terrible. Here’s why:


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Apr 012015
NYPD Cop Abuses Uber Driver In NYC

This video taken by a passenger in an Uber car in New York City has instantly gone viral with over half a million views in one day! Apparently, the Uber driver was blocked by a car double parked, so he went around the car and signaled that the driver should use a blinker. That’s when the car’s driver stepped out and revealed himself to be an NYPD cop in an unmarked car. And he went ballistic over the simple gesture.

It’s no surprise the Internet is rallying behind the driver as the police officer was basically acting like a madman and lived up to every negative NYPD stereotype out there. Be forewarned, the cop did not hold back any swearing. 

 Update: The cop has been stripped of his badge and gun according to the NY Post!


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Mar 092015
When Two Passengers Asked To Be Let Off At A Bridge To Jump These Cab Drivers Wouldn’t Let Them

Pranksters and social experimenters Yousef of Fousey Tube and Roman Atwood wanted to capture the better side of humanity. The two ordered taxis and began telling the drivers how bad things were going for them. Then they asked to be let off at a bridge. But the cabbies wouldn’t let them go. Now this powerful social experiment has gone viral with over one million views!


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Oct 192014
Jimmy Kimmel Drives For Uber

Uber has taken the car service world by storm. The small taxi cab tech start up uses the GPS information of your smartphone to send a driver right to you, and charges your account. No cash required. Late night host Jimmy Kimmel has used Uber as a passenger, but was interested in seeing what it’s like from the driver’s perspective, so he signed up as one. Naturally, he equipped his car with cameras to record the trip for this entertaining segment


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Sep 162014
High Fiving People Hailing Cabs In New York

Only the crazy rich have cars in New York City, and even they barely use them in the city. It’s just such a hassle. Instead, everyone takes the subway and taxis. Hailing a cab is simply a part of life in Manhattan. To bring some cheer and lightheartedness to the stressful city, Meir Kalmanson of AMK Productions made this joyful video where he runs down the streets of the city high-fiving people hailing a cab. Smiles were had by all. 


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