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Hey everybody, I'm thinking of getting back into GoPuff as a side gig because I've hit some stressful financial straits (who hasn't?) recently, and I preferred GP over other delivery companies (like UberEats) because there's a central location and I didn't have to worry about constantly finding parking outside restaurants in LA. I know GP is shit, but it was the lesser of the gig economy evils for me.
I stopped doing GP in about February of 2022 because the money just wasn't worth it. They'd completely slashed scheduled hours, so I was never getting hours (even if I wanted to work 1am-3am shifts on Tuesdays or whatever) and wasn't making much money doing on-demand orders. I was working in the West Hollywood/Beverly Grove/Beverly Hills area, for context.
So...What's the situation in LA these days? Does anyone get scheduled hours again, or is it still near-impossible (or maybe just impossible) to get them? Is it possible to make money? This is a side gig, so I don't need much extra cash, maybe a few hundred extra a month -- is that doable?
I'd appreciate any feedback that LA-area drivers can offer.
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Does anybody know if there was ever an official recording of the time the National played "Sorrow" a hundred times in a row at an art museum? I can't for the life of me remember what museum they played at, but it was this performance art piece they did back in, like, 2011.
I used to have a file of the hundredth time they played "Sorrow" -- I found it on Tumblr over a decade ago when I was still in high school. It was a low-quality fan recording from the audience, but it was still an amazing performance and I'd love to hear it again...unfortunately, I have no idea where the file is now. (Note: I already checked the demos/rarities list.)
So...does this performance art piece ring any bells? Does anyone know how to listen to that final rendition of the song? If anyone has any leads, even just more information about this vague thing I remember, I'd really appreciate it!
Edit: Thank you all for your help!