It is not suprising that you lack the intelligence and comprehension needed to be a taxi driver. Bless your heart, skippy. Stick you your big wheel.
No, I don't care about their happiness. Anyone with a modicum of reading comprehension or intelligence would not have asked that question.
Actually, you don't seem to get much about this topic. My point is that there are some people that will never be happy because their selfish needs will never be met.
You obviously have little to no clue about Taxi services. If they lacked the ability to function then they would not exist. Yellow Cab of Missoula Inc. has been around for over 100 years and I will bet that they will be around for a lot longer because they have continually adapted.
For every whiny "me-me-me" customer there are 50+ customers that have enough brains to plan ahead, call ahead, be ready when their cab shows up and realize that they are not the only person wanting a cab. If you had ever worked customer service you would know that the customer IS NOT ALWAYS RIGHT and that some customers are not worth their business. It USED to be my job to serve all of my customers as quickly and efficiently as possible and I did that. Now I am retired and I do not have to be P.C. So, speaking for myself (as I have been doing for this entire thread), thank you to all of my reasonable and good customers. It was a pleasure and a privilege to be your cab driver for so many years. You are missed. To all of the spoiled rotten, horrible "me-me-me" customers, I hope that you grow up, you are not missed at all.
"Wow." That is the most "intelligent" comment you have made in this thread.
You imagine a lot, know little and are being untruthful. This article states that services like Uber CAN APPLY for a license and then becomes the childish rant of a selfish brat - nothing more. How does it do anything else? And what other former employee(s) have you been conversing with? Or is that you bending the truth some more?
FYI, If you would have gotten into my cab, you never would have known how much contempt I have for spoiled little brats like you. You ignorantly and incorrectly assume that I would voice my negative feelings about a customer to that or any other customer. But, as a former employee, I now have the freedom to call a spade a spade. Now it is time for you to grow up, Skippy, and realize that the world doesn't revolve around spoiled little brats like you.
It is quite clear (from reading these comments) that whiny, spoiled, little brats will continue to demand immediate gratification no matter how infeasible.
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