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Oops, I Did It Again: Domino’s as an Uber
Remember the wonderful event that everyone yelled at me for doing last semester? Well, this time it was for a Good Cause, not just because I was cold. I’m not that much of a continuous dumbass.
A Wild Ride: Domino’s Driver Turned Uber for A Night
The Domino’s man looked lonely.
The night of PEEPs Halloween, I made my way out of Old Kenyon and through the crowd of smoke and people into the mostly empty parking lot beside the building. I was still a little bit disoriented, my ears were ringing and my glasses were still fogged a bit, and in my efforts to try and find the direction of Middle Path from the back of Old K, I saw the glow of the Domino’s sign on top of a delivery car. I went up to the pizza guy, and I made sure that he wasn’t white. If he was, I would’ve completely abandoned this idea, but he wasn’t, so I soldiered on.
The Monday Catchup
Good morning folks! Here’s what you missed while the snow was piling up aside your work.
The lead story: Today President Obama will announce a $4 trillion budget that includes a measure for a one time, 14% tax on overseas profits to fund infrastructure projects. This tax would target companies like Apple, which avoid US taxes by storing money overseas.
Also, congratulations to the New England Patriots on their win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.
Coming up: Asian stocks, protests in Hong Kong, Uber regulations, Greek debt, and more. Continue reading
The Monday Catchup
Good morning and happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Before you had to class or to any of the various programs held today in honor of MLK, check out the news you missed over your first weekend back.
The lead story: The recent SONY hack left many pointing fingers at North Korea, which denied the hack, but now it appears that the NSA can verify the origin of the hackers as North Korea, because it had already infiltrated the country’s computers.
Coming up after the jump, Uber in Europe, the death of an Iranian general, Boko Haram and more. Continue reading