I'm a big fan of Uber. I'm in New York City this weekend and have had great success using it. The fares, though high, have been below the cab fares and the cars don't play those horrible ads that assault you in New York's Yellow cabs. Plus I had 2 good conversations with a driver from Ghana and a driver from India who's a Muslim refugee. I had something happen 2 hours ago, though, that makes me wonder. I don't know if this is a scam: thus the question mark at the end of title. I just wonder if it is and I wonder if others have had this experience. I walked in 14 minutes to a Chinese restaurant 2 long blocks and 13 short blocks away to get there by noon when it opened. I timed it perfectly and gave the
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