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Since visiting this forum I have learned a lot. I have also learned new Uber jargon. My favorite phrase that read recently was "star bang" [passenger's rating] I wish I remember who said it. But it gives me a chuckle every time I think of it.

I envision the meaning is:

You hit the star rating of pax multiple times when completing or trip out of frustration while giving pax 1 star.

Funny as Hell that phrase.

What is your favorite uber word, phrase that you have learned in this forum?

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Oh I thought of one I use.
Ragehard.
When the surge is going good for a few whiles I'll be like "Oh lemme go check the ragehard."
Mostly it's when I'm sitting at home and "Oh it's really raginghard, I should go make some money." And then I open another cold one.
 

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If you can navigate downtown, including lower wacker without using GPS.. You're a professional driver.

If you need a GPS to find 233 S. wacker please find a new job. :D
Also 440 N Wabash is a good one too. GPS sends you by the stairs on lower wa cker/lower wabash ever time.
 

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Nuber
A driver recently contracted by Uber technologies.
A "green horn"

There may be a learning curve for a nuber.
 

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"Are you sure you want to log off now? You're one ride away from 20 rides today!"

I don't drive Uber, but I've seen such a reference by other drivers to this Uber aggressiveness. That's why self driving cars will surely excel vs. humans: Robots don't have families to see, a big Cubs game to see on tv, or birthday parties to attend -- and can drive all night, every night! Yay!
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"KunckleHead" As in Kuncklehead Smith.
 
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