>>Jon: Yo, what’s up? I’m trying Uber Rush for a day! On a BMX!>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: Let’s go.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: That’s easy.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: You took Uber too, right, Uber Ride? All right, cool, hi John.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: $4, sick. I wonder how we actually have to wait.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: Whose bike is this? Get your fucking bike. Pretty surprised how much
food I’m having delivered. I thought I was gonna be delivering
unknown parcels or envelopes.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: That was totally illegal. Thanks, appreciate it. What’s up guys? You want to get in my backpack? We’ll go for a ride. We waited around for
about an hour, had lunch. Still no jobs. Beautiful day in
New York City to be out here. You guys need something delivered? I can deliver for you.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: So,
I just came over to Times Square because, I’m not getting any jobs and
I figured there be fairs over here. There’s got to be some jobs around. Nobody needs a bond meat sandwich or
subway sandwich. I’m not getting any jobs so, in fact,
I’m just going to have some fun, wow.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: Does anybody
need anything delivered? I got you, anybody?>>Speaker 2: Yeah.
>>Jon: I just delivered 10 cupcakes for $4.00.>>Speaker 2: Yeah.
>>Jon: For like, it was ten blocks.>>Speaker 3: They’re short
changing messengers, bro. And this is our career, right? This is what we do for a living.>>Jon: Yeah, for sure.>>Speaker 3: And
then at the end of the day, going home with $4.00 this first delivery,
it’s just not gonna pay the rent. Being a messenger, man,
is fucked up sometimes.>>Jon: Yeah.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: When you’re on the clock for
five hours and making zero dollars,
it feels like you’re moving backwards.>>[MUSIC]>>Jon: Yeah!>>[SOUND] [MUSIC]>>Jon: All right! Whoa!