This is nuts.
This is a few blocks from my place actually.
Originally Posted by Mk1MadnessOriginally Posted by Tavarish
Wow... I already hate cabbies due to their blatant disregard for the laws they're suppose to abide by in Toronto (crooked metres and refusing people because the distance isn't far enough or in the direction of frequent business), but this just makes me wonder... Cabbies were worthless in Mexico, they're worthless in Santiago, they're worthless in Buenos Aires, they're worthless in Chicago, and they're worthless in Rio de Janeiro. I notice a trend... Granted, yes, they did attack this cabbie. However, he flipped the **** out over them closing his door too hard/loud. If you're in a car vs. a pedestrian, it's like having a c&c. You're the biggest bitch alive. You let them call your mother and wife whatever they want, you just get the **** out of there ASAP without hurting anyone. Damage? That's what insurance is for... You already have their picture on file anyway from when they were in the cab.
This cabbie had the opportunity but circled around for more and now someone is in intensive care. Hope he gets the book wedged in his ******* and the people that attacked him get theirs as well.
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Was in montreal last week for work and had to cab everywhere...i swear they just cannot drive. It's not even like they can't drive in the sense that they drive wrecklessly and break laws but actually do it in a good way..they just can't drive. This applies for almost every single motorist in the city. What is it about montreal and bad drivers? What went wrong? Why do you guys just suck at driving?
I rarely side with Montreal cab drivers because they're f**king retards and can't drive if their life depended on it, but these **** were f**king up his car. if you can't have a mature argument (i.e. not resorting to damaging other people's things) then maybe you deserve a crushed rib cage. that said, the taxi driver shouldn't have panicked as he did and drove back in that direction. he should have just gotten out of there...which he didn't. he circled back. why the f***...
Last edited by worth_fixing; 04-29-2012 at 11:53 PM.
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But really, im not trying to be a dick but the majority of drivers there are terrible, not just the cab drivers. People barely signal lane changes, cutting people off seems to be a national pass time and every other car i see has various dents, dings and scratches..I don't think very many people who have had any sort of time in montreal will disagree with me.
So, what's the deal?