I have a very good command of the English language. I am college educated with multiple undergrad degrees in Business Admin and Managerial Economics. I am qualified by and have testified as expert witness before the California State Board of Equalization, and multiple Personal Property Assessment Appeals Boards in all nine of the SF Bay Area counties.If you don't understand what a market, a Passenger, and a driver are, you should just go back under your rock.
I have won settlements and decisions in the millions for my clients.
I do understand markets and the effects of all of the participants in market places. I made a very good living understanding those things and being able to explain it to people who maybe didn't.
You don't know me well enough to adopt the condescending and superior attitude that you enjoy - and you haven't earned it.
Not here anyway.
You're all over the place. The title has NOTHING to do with the thesis statement which is your first post.It is no theory, it is fact. You see a totally different type of Driver at the IAH tnc lot....blatantly obvious....
We've been trying to figure out your point since #1.
What does teachers have to do with driver market?
What does the 'type' of driver have to do with driver market?
How does the relationship between a driver and his teacher affect the market?
How many 'types' of drivers are there? What are they?
Organize your thoughts. Put them in order. Write an outline if you have to. Make them into paragraphs. Explain what you mean and try to do it in a brief, cogent way without alienating your audience. Your message will be better received and understood.
Right now, I think there's a lot of people out there that are confused.
I know I am.
(See? I left you a great segway to an insult. Let's see what you do with it.)