Back in Black – Electric Scooter Sharing Apps | The Daily Show

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  • jacasforever 1 year ago

    let’s stop dicking around,
    BIKES ARE THE SOLUTION!!

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  • Kodjo Swole 1 year ago

    I live in Downtown Baltimore and I work close to home. These scooter are very convenient. But it’s the idiot who are abusing it that are making it bad for everybody.

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  • MerMadenUSA 1 year ago

    love from NOLA 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  • 20killershot 1 year ago

    Bird is pissed off that a lot of these scooters are being brought to poor communities and jacked. In South Central LA you can pay someone to uninstall the bird app and can be used without paying. Like people out here jacking scooters.

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  • Radu Ioan Pop 1 year ago

    American bullshit, the hunger to get noticed, pathetic but natural in their swamp.

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  • Elizabeth North 1 year ago

    Omg I want that speaker for my bike 🤣

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  • Ville Moilanen 1 year ago

    Bird = Shit

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  • Prime No. 6 1 year ago

    holy shit this segment is awful

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  • Alexander Lloyd 1 year ago

    I spit my coffee ☕️ out!!! @2:30

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  • Wansum Gibbs Jr. 1 year ago

    Lewis Black, this irrelevant, unfunny, ancient Asshole is still alive? Why won’t you FUCKING cease to be old man? Nobody cares about the SHIT that comes out of your mouth. Your Angry Cursing Schtick was never funny.

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  • Guy Mcafee 1 year ago

    Rich jew complaining about poor folks transportation..are you surprised, atleast he didn’t toss in another holocaust complaint…like he will ever encounter a person on the street using these. Thanks Lewis black for once again fulfilling stereo types. And now be mad at me for pointing it out not for the guy who actually did it

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  • Marcey Bullerman 1 year ago

    🛴 🛴 🛴🛴 Love the Bird/Lime scooters, but still loved this segment! 🛴 🛴🛴 🛴

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  • Nacho Slave 1 year ago

    When did Lewis become the new Roger Ebert

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  • Thomas Goldfinch 1 year ago

    Here in San Francisco, where I chose to move way back when it was literally (an actually correct use, for a refreshingly correct usage, of the term “literally” alert) in physical shambles just 9 weeks after the 1989 earthquake, this latest socially maladroit (at best and sociopathic money-grubbing latest attempt to monetize antisocial behavior at worst) scooter proliferation has often been countered by me taking these sidewalk littering symbols of arrested development techno geeks run (literally) amok, and full strength swinging them like sledge hammers against the sidewalk as if they were THE SPAWN OF SATAN! 15 and counting, and yet I hope to have decimated AT LEAST another 30 or so before 2018 ends! SMASH THE SOCIALLY MALADROIT TOYS OF THE MONOMANIACAL TECHNO GEEKS WHO HAVE VIRTUALLY DESTROYED THE ONCE BRILLIANTLY DIVERSE, PRISTINELY CLEAN (as opposed to its now human feces smeared sidewalks and almost ubiquitous discarded IV needles) AND WELCOMING OF ACTUALLY FULLY FUNCTIONING HUMAN BEINGS WHO HAVE NOT LIVED IN FEAR OF MAKING ACTUAL HUMAN-TO-HUMAN EYE CONTACT WITH THEIR FELLOW SAN FRANCISCANS!

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  • Paul Heckbert 1 year ago

    Scooters have been popular and successful in Portland, Oregon, writes Eben Weiss: “He was piloting, and she was standing behind him, one arm draped across his chest and the other holding a phone to capture the moment. It wasn’t the selfish disregard of the scofflaw or the vapid self-absorption of the selfie-taking tourist: it was just two people headed out for a fun night together with the wind in their hair, and they gave off the same air of casual elegance as those couples you see in Amsterdam sharing a bike. Really, if this is the future, what’s not to like?” https://www.outsideonline.com/2340806/dockless-scooters-cities-pros-cons-bikesnob

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  • mixy85dc dc 1 year ago

    Subways smell like rat sex ! Lmfao

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  • gtgrandom 1 year ago

    It’s actually a huge problem for cities across the nation because Lime and Bird and other companies have launched the scooters without permits, and so the cities are scrambling to create regulations. I work at my city’s sustainability office, and it really sucks because we’re trying to pass these green initiatives and get people off the road, but e-scooters are getting really bad rep with people leaving them strewn over the sidewalks or trashing them. (And unfortunately comedy bits like this don’t help). Now everyone is protesting the scooter launch, but…it’s supposed to be a good thing…

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  • DRSNova 1 year ago

    Yeah, how dare people opt to use a mode of transportation that’s more friendly to the environment than going everywhere with a car! Destroy them all!

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  • Peggie Kaur 1 year ago

    now can see how violent are people there. if you dont like it then do not buy it .

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  • Alexpx ThreeTen 1 year ago

    Yawn. Such a predictable angry man stance on what is a great move away cars within cities. Lewis Black should visit Amsterdam or Madrid to see how cities are making cities more pedestrian friendly by incorporating new and alternative modes of transportation to everyones benefit. God forbid an actually novel and progressive idea emerge that doesn’t follow some script.

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