Wife got second Pfizer today, mom got second Moderna. They looped and got a second Prop each, while I'm still back here hoping that maybe barleywine will be available when I get up front.
In my defense, the app on her phone doesn't work very well (older phone) and doesn't allow her to choose anything other than "Now" for ride scheduling, so I had to log into her account on my computer to do it. I did learn how to take a screenshot and crop it on my computer a couple of months ago, though! I forgot about that until you mentioned this, so thanks.I got a kick out of the fact that your post ended with a photo you took of your screen.
Theres no such thing as participation awards in the real world.My mom got Moderna #2, and she used Uber to get it in Denver (from Colorado Springs). I scheduled her rides for her online through her account since she doesn't know how to do that stuff.
The first driver coming to take her home went to an incorrect location about a mile away from the address where I requested her pickup (proof in the map of the failed trip - he didn't get anywhere close to the pickup location). He canceled the ride, and she was charged $10.73 anyway. When I logged in to have it refunded, I received the message below.
Is Uber seriously trying to guilt people into feeling bad and paying for a ride they didn't receive through no fault of their own, of which Uber will take its cut? If that's the case, holy shit. It certainly appears that's exactly what they are doing.
This matches so my priors so I choose to believe it!
Fuck, if anything summed up the UK Govt perfectly, this is it.Have said before my brother is a chemical engineer working for one of the main manufacturing contractors for AstraZeneca. He went back to work last week after recovering from COVID because why would the UK government want to vaccinate the people making it?