So it was Saturday night and I get a ping from someone at a bar a couple miles away. I get there within a couple minutes, and since it's on a busy corner, can't park in front of the bar as that would block the flow of traffic. There's a small lot right around the corner from the front door so I pull into a space there, probably 50 feet from the entrance if that. I confirm that I've arrived, and then get a call from the rider stating she's out front and waiting. I told her I couldn't park directly out front because of traffic, I'm parked right around the corner from you. She wants me to drive out front. Since it's a busy street, I'm not going to just park illegally in front even just for a minute. All she had to do was take a few steps to the right and she could have seen me waiting. Instead, she gets an attitude and isn't willing to come to the car, so I cancel the ride. I drive off, and a minute later I see this same request come up. I thought, hell why not, I'll see if she'll be reasonable this time and meet me at the only place a car could wait for her at. Instead I get more attitude, with "I'm at the front door! What, do you want me to meet you on the roof?!" So I cancel again and drive off. Who would have thought that walking around the corner to meet your driver would prove so demanding and impossible.