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Friday, October 13, 2006



Everything is under control and absolutely nothing can go wrong.
go wrong
go wrong.
go wrong.

The dayshift must have really sucked yesterday, since all three holdovers stayed until almost 10:00pm, trying to suck up some extra money. A bit hard when the "pickin's" is slim to "nuttin'". Common courtesy should tell them to go home and let the night drivers have a chance to earn an income. But courtesy and common sense are woefully devoid in each of these leeches.

I did the same number of runs and almost exactly the same meter as on Wednesday.

Mulligans had a special last night. All the rock lobster tail you could eat for $30. I found out about it too late. I love lobster and probably would have ruined their bottom line if I had shown up.

Oh, the fear of Friday The Thirteenth is technically called paraskvedekatriaphobia, in case you were curious. Freddy Beach Cabbie has a nice story about it.


An iconic symbol of the Islands is the beloved, late, great, Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo'Ole.


Somewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World Medley (04:49)


The Na Pali Coastline - Kaua'i
O'heo Gulch



"Let's all be careful out there!"


G.S. said...

Loved the video and the music. It's the same "Over The Rainbow" version they've been using on Taxicab Confessions, btw.

Gnightgirl said...

Aurgh! I love lobster too, but haven't had it in years. I noticed at Sam's Club the other day (our price club) that two lobster tails were going for $38. That's whatcha get when you live in the middle of a country. Corn is cheap, though.

Cabbie X said...

Wil, I was introduced to Iz' music a few yars back, and when I first heard him sing, I had to pull over and just listen. I went right out and bought all his music I could find.

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