Enter bohemian rhapsody car ride characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Marc is a 5-star Lyft and Uber driver at night and a graphic designer by day. In this podcast he shares tips and tricks of the road for other rideshare drivers and interesting stories of his interactions with passengers. Each episode also includes a karaoke session with passengers. In this episode I start out being asked to give couples’ advice and end up having to throw a distraction to prevent a brawl.
In this episode I describe a short ride with a man who is clearly lying through his teeth to his girlfriend on the phone while I transport him to a hook up with his other girlfriend. In this episode I speak with a young man who is just returned from a trip to Japan about weird cuisine and Japanese culture. This episode features three amazing karaoke sessions from amazing passengers. In this episode I talk about not despising the small rides or worrying about how you can get to the next more lucrative one. Rather, focus on providing the absolute best service that you can to the passenger who’s in your car right now.
In this episode I talk about a number of examples where riders have expressed that the right experience itself was the best part of their day. For me this is the ultimate reason for doing all that I do in customer service. In this all karaoke episode we featured a young man with a great voice singing fast car, Two young women with mediocre voices giving their best shot at I wanna dance with somebody, and a young man with admirable wrapping skills doing hypnotize by The Notorious B. In this episode I discuss whether or not working the airport is worthwhile in the Cleveland market. Your results may vary in other markets. Plus, karaoke featuring the song hello by Adele and the song loving Touchin Squeezin by journey.
In this episode I discuss the issue of being too picky about which rides to accept. If you just accept all or most of the rides you’re given as a driver you may find yourself staying busier and making more money. In this episode I discuss the risks and dangers of transporting unaccompanied minors, and describe a couple of times when I suspected I might be transporting minors when I shouldn’t be. Plus, your passenger karaoke or see you again by Miley Cyrus and I believe in a thing called love. In this episode I discuss ways that you might make your ride a unique and memorable experience. Three great karaoke sessions by female passengers with wonderful voices. In this episode I have a conversation with a young black teacher of eighth graders in the inner-city, who expresses his frustration with the attitudes and behaviors of young people in his school.
But he also expresses his hope and encouragement at the successes that he has in mentoring the few that value his teaching. This episode I discussed the importance of maintaining a positive attitude and expressing that positivity to your passengers. In this way you can impact their day and often change their tone or attitude as well. In this episode I talk with a young actor named Jay about relationships, teambuilding, the state of entertainment and media and more. In this karaoke only episode, hear Forever by Drake, an amazing rendition of Oogie Boogie Man from the Nightmare Before Christmas, an original rap song by a young rapper named De’Jay and the song Name. In this episode I describe riding with a passenger who is tripping hard on meth and also very likely possessed by a demon. I have audio recordings of the incident and the events lead me to believe that the demon possession was real.
The Muppets’ version of «Bohemian Rhapsody» was directed by Kirk Thatcher; metal And Hardcore News Plus Reviews And More». You will truly stand out from the crowd. He doesn’t want to announce it publicly, the movie did get Mercury’s privacy correct: He didn’t announce his AIDS battle publicly until the day before his 1991 death. I want to dance with somebody. I would add another piece of tape to the reel.
In this episode I discussed the importance of keeping a log of your workday, including hours, miles, rides given, and income earned each night or day that you work. The benefit for tax purposes is great if you keep accurate track of your work related miles and expenses. In this episode I describe what I consider a divine appointment where I pick up a young man who is struggling with difficult life decisions and really needs counseling advice and prayer. Three more karaoke sessions with passengers. In this episode I discuss various strategies that I have used in driving the Cleveland rideshare market. I also discuss house strategies can be effective one day and ineffective the next. In this episode I talk about unexpectedly wild success of my in car welcome rap.
How will passengers react when an old white guy greets them with a rap song? In this episode I talk about the value of keeping your car nice and clean inside and out. Plus a couple of guys sing a duet of the song shallow. A passenger asks if I can drop them off stealthily without waking the residence of the home where he is about to hook up for the first time with his boyfriend. Also a young man with a decent voice sings karaoke with the song shallow. In this episode at passenger pick up starts out with a slight red flag and becomes sketchier and sketchier by the moment. In the end I may or may not be an accessory to a crime. Boost your tips and ratings with a customized welcome sign that explains your ride features, rules and amenities.
Ad and Bougie on the way to Denny’s. In this episode, I feature a conversation with a passenger named Frank from Decatur Georgia. In this conversation we talk about all the forbidden subjects including politics religion and race. But Frank is a super cool guy and we were able to agree to disagree. In this episode I suggest the drivers use multiple apps and phones to take us to damage of the market. When asked about my craziest passenger I tell this story.
Some passengers will want to talk with their drivers and some will not. Some drivers love talking with passengers and others hate it. If you offer in-car entertainment options, you will truly stand out from the crowd. Plus, another passenger karaoke session is featured.