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October 06, 2010

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Isn't it nice how much cheaper taxis are in NYC than in SF?

I lived on East 79th St. for about seven weeks long ago. And, although New Yorkers are normally nice and friendly, when it comes to cabs, it's hesitate and lose. You either need bulk to body slam them out of the way or an attitude. You'll figure it out eventually. There's usually a way to get from one side of the tracks to the other but not at every station. However, with a pass you can go back up to the street and eventually find the other entrance. (They're almost never across the street, they're around the corner or something.)

What a great glimpse of New York life; I was stressed just reading it!

I always have those days where I wake up late and can't find a cab in Euless TX (ex. http://www.mytaxicablimo.com ). I never thought about using the subway and then trying to find a cab at another stop. That would be ideal seeing as my work is not right off a main road.

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