Nay cus I'm watching it too.
We have uber in Long Eaton and it's very cheap. But I refuse to use i just can't be a part of the legal scam.employed uber dudes generally keep 25% (gross) of the turnover (bevétel) and no sick leave/holiday pay etc while employed taxistas keep 50% (net) plus 35 days holiday pay plus 3 months sick leave. now that's a huge difference. self-employed ubers go home with 30-35% of turnover plus tips while self-employed taxistas have 60-65% plus tips. it's just that the mass of fleets on the roads now divide the riders not among 8,000 cars (taxis in my city) but between 20,000 (12,000 of which ubers). now talk about saving the climate LMAO when the ubers roam around aimlessly 24/7. slavery 2.0 nothing else. not even mentioning that they cause 8x more traffic accidents and 15x more sexual attacks and stuff.
Hi! My name is Daniel, I have 2 tickets for Hungary vs Portugal, I live in UK but with all this of COVID I cant fly, I'm selling the tickets if you are interest or know were can I sell ithttps://soundcloud.com/user-720397440%2Fep-44-group-f-preview-the-portuguese-lowdown-ft-tiago-estevao This is Morts' podcast from yesterday about the Portugal game.
on the subject of uber, it‘s a scam scheme of highest degree nothing more. drivers make 5€/hour on a good day which is funny because the minimal wage of 10€/hour is the reason they exist here at all lol. but it‘s possible because the vehicle hire companies they work for officially hire them as „mini job workers“ i.e on paper they make max 450€/month (which is tax-free for both employer as well as worker) and work max 45 hour/month while in fact they work 300+ hours/month and in the end they go home with 1,500€ fekete munka pénz. while because they earn so little (450€ officially) they get welfare from tax payers, another 1,000-1,500 and they and their employer have the bonus they doesn‘t have to pay tax, anything salary tax involved costs or health insurance because the mini-job is tax-free and that‘s also the only reason the employers make a plus, apart from the money laundry of course they buy their fleets with. note that in Berlin 75% of the uber fleets belong to the infamous arab maffia clans here. I made all types of excel table calculations with all kinds of numbers and scenarios of bevétel a vehicle driving for uber makes, and in none of them does the company make a profit, not if even half-legally operating. in average they would make a loss of between 15 and 20%, i.e if the driver makes 10,000€ a month on the app/meter, that costs his employer 11,500 to 12,000. that is if he gets the minimal wage for his actual working hours. so in the end with the cheating that costs the state government of berlin alone a loss of circa 25 million untaxed salary plus for the tax payer a loss of 15 million welfare money, every month.We have uber in Long Eaton and it's very cheap. But I refuse to use i just can't be a part of the legal scam.
Uber actually lost their license in London a while ago.
A grand in sterling will get you nowhere in London. I guess the same in Cali with all what's going on there. I hear people are queuing up to leave that place.
On the subject of car rides I just watched a YouTube video by Kurt Kaz. He's from Berlin and I've seen many videos of Berlin. But he's currently in Peru (already gone through Colombia and México). He traveled down a road that reminds of that Puszta I made drive through onto Manchester. It's really good...he goes to all the non-tourist places and everywhere he goes people warn him not to go but still he goes. He had 20k subs when I found him 3 months ago. He has almost 200k subs now. It's really good. He's been to Bulgaria and Poland and other interesting places too. He picks up a different chick in every country but now he has boyfriend for LBW month.
Anyway, I'm currently bricking it to be honest. With Szoboszlai out, especially. All my life I feared going into a championship and having and average of 8 goals a match scored against us. I can see it happening.
Who say the Király Gabi comments on CR7 during the 'Régi Nyár' movie?
Giving up eight goals per game sounds totally possible, but I’m thinking only about 6😊Anyway, I'm currently bricking it to be honest. With Szoboszlai out, especially. All my life I feared going into a championship and having and average of 8 goals a match scored against us. I can see it happening.
Never knew this was a game, lol. But I think it's super dope.Talking about Pista, check out this video