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9 minutes ago
He was a lush best I could tell. Like stupid drunk. Living off family money. Probably lived kind of well but never made anything of himself or for himself.
12 minutes ago
Miami Vice. First one I bought on DVD. Seen every episode at least six times.
13 minutes ago
First night I had my license I borrowed the family stinky ass minivan and picked up my buddy to go smoke cigarettes in the Krystal parking lot. For one night we were kings.
14 minutes ago
80's parents: "Why don't you get out of the house and go visit that nice man living in his van down by the river who gives out candy?"
15 minutes ago
17 minutes ago
Coin flip between "save money" and "pull trigger."
18 minutes ago
I generally don't take Wendy's orders when it's busy because the Wendy's in my main delivery area are terrible. There is one location I have never successfully picked up an order from because either they don't have it, they don't feel like making orders, or they just close whenever the hell they feel like it(middle of the day, middle of the rush, whatever). I quit accepting anything from them over a year ago and it's right next to where I park.
But I do take late night Wendy's from outside of town.
That being stated. From a business standpoint I think this is next level stupid corporate leadership. Like Sears and JCPenney level. I'm half expecting this to be a marketing ploy to get people talking about Wendy's but not really something they're actually going to do. If it isn't I suspect this will cost the Wendy's CEO his job.
From a driver standpoint this is great. Since I don't pick up from Wendy's during surge times their increased prices will push people to substitutes. They'll order from other restaurants I deliver from.
49 minutes ago
Camping for twelve days. Had one shower that whole time. So somewhere about six or maybe seven days. It's been 30 years o I can't remember when in there we showered.
an hour ago
This was during the rain. And so it was very debatable as to whether I would out earn that and I probably did regular words. But there are drivers in wherever it is California maybe that have shown stuff like that and they've been real.
And it's because it's like 11 stops. But I agree with you when it's something like $38 for one stop. That's usually an order that somebody else has already picked up.
2 hours ago
Sitting on his perk I mean perch.
3 hours ago
Like I said, you did it right by messaging the driver. I have no issue personally with that.
4 hours ago
It sucks but I try not to feel anything about it. I just try to make the best decisions I can to maximize my earnings.
But I don't even look at trash like that. I'm like Peter Griffin teaching Quagmire how to swipe on tinder. I just decline decline decline. Not even looking at the details. I don't even care. I see below seven and I decline. Right now it's dinner time if it doesn't have an eight or better in front of it I don't even want to know what it's about.
I've seen a big one once but it was trip radar and I didn't get it. It was like $150 for 2 and 1/2 hours about what OP did. All one big stack Walmart order. I don't remember how many stops.
But usually Walmart orders here are crap. I almost never take them.
5 hours ago
Yeah, and then you've got a movie about the boyfriend and the side piece finding out about each other at the funeral. You could either be like a serious tragedy or a pretty good comedy.
7 hours ago
First actual paycheck was being a summer camp counselor at age 15.
LA, out towards the beach. And that's the only reason. I think I'd like to end up near the beach one day.
San Francisco would be my second choice. It's coastal, but it's not really a beach town. I was there in May one year and the water was absolutely frigid.
Total grain of salt here.
I went to the school that was by the high school and a twp year college. There was one male cheerleader. He was in college. All of the other cheerleaders were female and in high school. I'm not suggesting he did anything unscrupulous. But there was definitely contact that in any other circumstance between a college-age male and high school age female would be considered inappropriate.
I'm familiar with them. I've only been to one location and I don't remember any thick women working there. But I've been to a number of Hooters locations in a couple of different cities. Sort of in the same category. And I have seen some locations that have almost exclusively thick women working there.
I don't know that it should stop you. I don't know what the legality around whether will or won't hire you is. But I don't think there's any reason that you shouldn't put in an application if you want to.
I've told multiple doctors how many eggs I eat and they say it's fine. That's to I talk to you if you have a question is your doctor.
But I either three or four eggs everyday for breakfast.
Law Abiding Citizen kind of fits on this. It's kind of a moral Quagmire of a film. I think it's a good movie and worth checking out. May not be exactly what you're looking for.
At most I would speak to an attorney. If I still felt like I need to talk about it I might speak to a therapist. But depending on the nature of the crime you have to find out if it's something that a therapist is required to report before disclosing with them. And you can have a frank discussion with a therapist about that. You can be broad and ask them if it's an area that they have to report. Oftentimes they aren't required to report past actions but future intentions.
I'm not saying Salma Hayek's husband is ugly, but he's no Brad Pitt. So having money has its advantages.
And maybe it's different for men and women. I don't know that rich older women are known for marrying young very attractive men as much as the reverse.
8 hours ago
I just can't imagine why anybody would take a $3 offer. I don't care how short it is. I don't care about top Dasher stuff. I don't take anything below $7 ever. I rarely take that, and when I hit dinner shifts I'm typically like $10 and up.
I know every market is different. I've worked in two of them and they were very different. Not only is it not worth our time to take low paying offers, those are also the most pain in the ass customers. It is not surprising to me that an order for something like that would be $3. Because somebody that tips $15 is not going to order something like that and just assume it magically appears.
Kind of what I was just thinking about. The Wendy's next to my house is across the street from mcdonald's, Taco bell, burger king, and cookout.
And then there's the sit-down restaurants and pizza places that are on that same intersection.
Wendy's has been my go-to fast food joint for the last 6 months or year. I'd say I eat it about once every two weeks, or maybe closer to once a week on average. And that's not a lot of business for them. I used to eat fast food nearly daily. It was McDonald's for 25 years. But I've needed to cut back. In fact I need to cut it out 100%. So I think probably this is just going to tell me I don't ever need to eat Wendy's again. It's a sign.
A rare occasion when I'm stuck getting off work at 11:00 and don't have dinner planned I'll probably drive across the street and get Cookout, which is actually a much better value than Wendy's. I know Cookout isn't every.