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Laurie Voss
At some dumb point in the dumb future Lyft and Uber will declare that they can never be profitable but that they are essential to city transportation and will demand that cities subsidize them and we will have finally closed the circle of stupid.
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Abi Jones 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
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Laurie Voss 1 Mar 19
Replying to @jonesabi
Uuuuugh everything is beyond parody
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Adam Rackis 2 Mar 19
Replying to @Ed___G @seldo
I don’t understand this argument. When cars can self-drive, won’t I be able to have *my own* car drive my drunk ass home on a Fri night, without need for Lyft?
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parker 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
They’ll be fine. In the worst possible case they have the profitability of airline businesses and occasionally need to restructure, which is really capitalism at its best.
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parker 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
But just in case it goes down your way, I call dibs on the quote tweet “Too big to hail.”
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a certain je ne CEQA 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
... how do you think the public transportation we have now came to be?
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Laurie Voss 1 Mar 19
Replying to @SSFyimby
The government planned and executed a transportation system?
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Justin 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
Crazy. Literally any business that could sell a service or good at a loss would become the leader. How did it get like this? Big bubble of investments and when it runs out they will pop. Short term solution for a problem solved by autonomy...🤔
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k. rainbolt-greene 1 Mar 19
Replying to @seldo
Lyft is one of those companies whom I'd want to (given infinite life and wealth) interview from top to bottom.
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