The magical Kenyan has no clothes! LOLZ
Good riddance to bad rubbish, I say. Atlanta taxis suck big, fat, droopy testicle bags and the faster we, as consumers, can be free of them, the better. Absolute zero sympathy for their current situation.
About 7 years ago, I actually had one Yellow Cab (or whatever they're called) driver get mad and talk shit to me because I, god forbid, preferred to tell him how to get to my house from the airport. He seemed to believe the route involved driving in the opposite direction of where I lived at the time and dragging out the fare. Total crook.
Another time, about 10 years ago now, I took a cab from VaHi to the CNN Center on a wet and rainy day. The psychotic cabbie (can't remember who he worked for) actually drove out of his way to hit a puddle on Peachtree just so he could soak the people standing at a bus stop. I honestly can't remember how I reacted; I just needed to get to work on time that day. But I clearly remember him cackling with glee. No bullshit.
Looks like it's an end of an error.
Finally, "change" we can believe in!!!! I been sayin for years its a choice for these lily boys and dirty girls, and finally someone's listening!!
YOU SON OF A BITCHES
Ho ho ho Lookin into my crystal ball here and I got a predition: these Creative LIberals are going to be a'whinin' into their fancy wine glasses over this one!
Hey all you lazy out-of wrok bums! Your country just called. They want they're money back!! Hahahaha
I AIN'T GOING NOWHERE, COMMIES
Sorry, guys, for that last post, but some of these soft-headed liberal douchebags on here just drive me up a fucking wall.
Seriously, Georgia?? Is this really something to crow about?? Wow. The economy is in the shitter. theres a goddamn Muslim terrorist in the White House. And here we are down in the deep, dark, beautiful South worrying about whether we can pick up a case of Schlitz on Sundays???? Give me a break.
The soul of our once-great country just called. It want their innocence back.
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