Here’s a thought...everyone on UP are constantly complaining about how much we are getting screwed...Uber cuts rates, Lyft eliminates surges for drivers and offers “power zones” that are rubbish, etc... and then we go back to driving. Why don’t we strike on a day when people in cities like Los Angeles are completely used to being reliant on us to get to their fireworks, their bbqs, etc...? It’s one of the suckiest days (to me) as a driver in LA anyway, as the majority of people go to the coast. Even if we only boycotted the coastal areas...sure some scabs would go zooming towards the huge surge they see and maybe get one high paying ride out of it on Uber. On Lyft, they won’t even get a piece of the surge at all. We’ve only tried striking on a random weekday and the passengers did not feel the impact at all. I know that it’s likely too late to plan this...but maybe we think of another major day or target a specific event or venue. The public blatantly does not give a ???? about the drivers but boy do they expect us to be there. Thoughts!?