Today I wondered about:
I am just looking at reviews of the hotel we will be staying in later this month. Why when people book a 3.5 star hotel do they then expect it to be in a 5 star hotel?
Such botheration about last Friday being called as a public holiday on the eve of our football grand final, and therefore costing businesses a lot more in wages if they stay open. Regardless of the merits of the day being a public holiday or not, aren't businesses supposed to be closed on public holidays? It was businesses that fought for the right to open on public holidays and now they just moan on and on about their greedy staff receiving penalty rates if they have to work on that day.
Uber? I am an infrequent taxi user and I have never bothered with Uber. Taxi passengers complain a lot about taxis, no doubt with some justification and many praise this new Uber entrant into the transport system. But isn't Uber turning the clock back to a less regulated time? Taxis are highly regulated, and for good reason. Time will tell and is interesting that in our state Uber drivers as illegal taxis are not being prosecuted but in New South Wales they are.