As it turns out, businesses fundamentally reliant on venture capital subsidies to offer cheap cab rides are not great long-term investments.
The labors were apparently short and sweet, given how little time it takes to traverse the island nation.
In an absurd case that collapsed last week, they said that the loud sound-waves hurt their ears and amounted to "battery".
Privacy advocates are concerned that the new law can paint an unsettling picture of people's movements in Quebec.
The actual fare should have been under $5.
“Sometimes I curse myself; I spent almost a million dollars to buy this ride.”
The amount of information aspiring black cab drivers have to remember is so huge that it's been shown to actually increase the size of certain sections of the brain.
"What? You’re joking!"
This season, Nathan Fielder turns a computer store asexual, innovates with a chili vendor, and helps a Bill Gates impersonator find love.