Pushed to the brink

Hey Cab companies; go take a flying fuck. Every night after the bar I call you, tell you my name and where I am, and then your disgruntled dispatchers hang up on me mid-sentance as I ask how long I should expect to wait. On the oft chance you don't hang

Hey Cab companies; go take a flying fuck. Every night after the bar I call you, tell you my name and where I am, and then your disgruntled dispatchers hang up on me mid-sentance as I ask how long I should expect to wait. On the oft chance you don't hang up on me, your timing predictions are ALWAYS wrong. I have waited literally hours on Friday and Saturday nights after the bars. I could have flown to Toronto in the time it took you angry bastards to come get me. Seriously you are rude as shit. If after an hour of waiting and I'm tired and I resort to checking out the window every few minutes and you happen to come in between my checks and god forbid, YOU wait a minute, you act like a complete asshole when I get in your cab and threaten that you will drive away if I'm not standing ready to rush out the door next time. You bitch and moan about how awful it would be to have more cabs on the road well guess what? I don't want to hear it. By keeping the number of cabs stupidly low you add to our city's serious violence issue. How you ask? Guess what happens when it is 4am and all the drunk people want to get a cab home and only like 10 people can? People get pissed off and start fighting over cabs...I literally see this a few times a month. Congrats on being the Buzz Killington of Halifax's good times.

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