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EARTHQUAKE and a trying nights.  

ShedrivestaxiSF 54F
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7/22/2015 3:25 am

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7/23/2015 11:17 am

EARTHQUAKE and a trying nights.

EARTHQUAKE!!! Did you feel it last night? I did! I always get so excited when I feel them! It was only about 4.2 a couple of miles from where I live so it was just a little shake. We don’t actually get them often so when one happens it is always fun.

Tonight my first ride was a family of 3 with TONS of suitcases. Only 3 large ones fit in my trunk of the taxi and 4 of the mid size suitcases were in the front seat with me. They wanted to go to Pleasanton, which is meter and a half ride about a $177 ride. They were okay with it, so I added their address in my gps and off we went. The ride was uneventful expect the young man wanted to be home for the start of the Manchester United futbal game. Manchester United was playing in the Avaya Stadium, according to the young man. We made it to their home about about 20 minutes after the match started. He seemed very happy.

Driving down Dubose I noticed a bunch of people moving around in the middle of the street. I wasn’t sure what was going on until one of the people fell down and the others started to kick and hit that person. At this time there was 4 cars coming up to the fight and the males jumped into a car. The girl jumped up and started looking for something on the road. I pulled alongside her and asked her if she was okay and she yelled “where’s my f$%*ing phone”. I guess she was not interested in my help so I moved on. I always feel bad when I do but some people do not want or need my help.

July 18

Every night I think “I have seen everything” or even “nothing surprises me anymore” then something does. A guy in a large white Escalade was yelling something out his window. At first I wasn’t sure what he was saying or even asking me a question. We were sitting at a stop light and the guy kept saying something out his window, I didn’t have my window open and I was chatting with people in my taxi. Our conversation waned so I heard the guy asking me if I knew where to get crack cocaine. I have never wanted to needed to know where you can get any drugs so I didn’t answer him. After the light turned green his car started to drive off a little faster than I was but the guy was hanging out of the window with a stack of $100 bills! I hope he didn’t lose them out the window or someone try and take the money from him. I did see him ask a guy in another car. The other guy seem to wave him to follow him but the Escalade didn’t follow them. Is it bad that I hoped the guy lost his money on the street or had someone take it from him so he couldn’t buy any cocaine?

Driving down Franklin St with a few passengers and we stopped at a red light at California. In the car next to us was 2 older men and one of men yelled “You are beautiful” to a young lady crossing the street. Needless to say the lady who was crossing the street started to walk quickly. Would you feel uncomfortable if you were catcalled in the middle of the night?

I picked up a couple of people, male and female, in the Marina District I dropped off the female a few blocks away and the male needed to go to SOMA so off we went. Chatting about ex girlfriends, work, school, family. He was very drunk. We were almost to his home and a cellphone started to ring. I said, I think your phone is ringing. He said, nope, not his phone. His phone was dead. A few minutes later the phone started to ring again and he was fiddling with a backpack. I assumed it was his but I was wrong. He said he stole a co workers backpack but planned to give it back to the girl at work on Monday. I am not sure what was going on at that time but the phone rang again and he actually answered it. He talked about meeting up with the girl to give her back the backpack. He couldn’t get her address correct so I talked with the girl. We turned around and went back to the Marina District. He told me not to wait for him. After asking a few times, if he was sure. I drove away. Crazy. Not sure how he was getting home.

One of my favorite places to pick up people is always the Castro and tonight wasn’t an exception. A group of males approached my taxi and one of the guys asked if I could take their friend home. I said, of course! The group of males had to talk the guy into the taxi! He thought he would be able to drive home. He gave me an address in Burlingame and off we went. I tried to chat with the guy but he was really, really drunk and wasn’t really wanting to talk. I figure that was actually better than him to get sick in my taxi. He would sleep a little bit and then wake up, never saying anything. I just drove him to his address. Most of the time getting the address and using gps to get to their home is not a problem but this time… The address I was given was just off the freeway in a dark ravine. I saw a light on a house but no driveway to get to it. I woke the guy up to see if he knew where his house was from here. He said no this wasn’t where he lived. I asked if he had a driver's licence with his address on and he said no. I asked if he had anything with his address on it. He gave me his wallet and I looked through it. Nothing! His licence was from another state and he didn’t have anything else in there! I asked if he had his address in his phone and he said no. I asked he could text someone who may know his address but he didn’t know anyone in his phone. He was very drunk still. I texted a few people to see if they knew his address, from his phone and saying I was his taxi driver. No answer. I wanted to call someone but all his recent phone calls had been erased and he had no favorites. I didn’t know what to do with this guy. He did say he had just moved into this place and didn’t remember the address. I did find out he was a flight attendant so I asked if we went to the airport could he get us back to his home and he said yes. So I put into the gps how to get to the airport. On the way back to the airport in the middle of no where the guys says just let me out here. I said there is nothing here, did you really want to get out. He said no, so I continued on. We get close to 101 and the guy starts to tell me how to get to his home. He at first said, turn right, then turn left but turning left would take me into CalTrain so I asked if he really knew where we were going. He said no. I asked again if he remembered his address. Nope. He didn’t. I then thought maybe I should call dispatch to see what they advise. They suggested I take him to someplace public, police station, fire station or someplace like that. I just didn’t feel right about that. I asked if I dropped him at the airport would that be okay. The dispatch said that would be fine. So I took him to the airport. He seemed happy that I wanted to help him and was nice to him. He paid me and gave me a nice tip. He got out of my taxi after I had given him my business card and then he went into the airport. I had hoped he would call me and let me know he arrived home but I haven’t heard from him. I hope nothing bad happened to him. I gave my business card to his friends as well when I picked up the guy but no one has called.

July 19

Flagged by 3 ladies on Polk and Pine streets, they wanted to go to Temple in SOMA. Not only did the 3 ladies get into my taxi but 2 males got in as well, including one with an American flag on a pole. I told the boys that one of them needed to get out or all of them needed to get out. Happy the ladies got the guys out of the taxi after yelling at them for a few minutes. After the boys left the ladies said they didn’t even know the boys and were happy they were not coming along with them. The ladies were in the US for a 3 week holiday, spending time in LA, Vegas, San Diego and San Francisco. They were leaving on Monday so they didn’t have a lot of time left in the city. Trying to get in as much as they could in the short time. They have already done all kinds of things in SF but would have liked to go to Alcatraz but they didn’t get tickets in time. We almost were to Temple and one of the girls had received a text saying it cost $50 to get into Temple for the after hours club. They didn’t think that was worth going so they decided to go back to the hotel. On the way they pasted others that was in their group and that seemed to make the ride to Temple not a complete waste for the ladies. Hope they had a blast the rest of their visit and they come back again to our wonderful city.

My vertigo is actually not as bad as I thought it was. I am able to drive and do thing sitting things but as soon as I tip my head a certain way, the world spins. I do everything to keep the world from spinning but I guess I am going to have to go and find out what is wrong with me soon.

Thank you again for reading! I really appreciate you taking time out of your day to read what happens in my night! I love you!

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nightsoul1962 58F
17862 posts
7/22/2015 3:44 am

Are you ever scare???? Or had bad clients?


ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 7/23/2015 11:11 am:
Every once in awhile I get a little nervous. I feel I give out a good vibe so hopefully it will make bad people not do bad things. I haven't really had a problem yet. I am always on guard for something that may go wrong. I just use my senses.

bikerbackpacker 34M
1 post
7/22/2015 4:03 am

nice very nice

ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 7/23/2015 11:11 am:
Thank you very much!

Furbal1972 48M
18592 posts
7/22/2015 12:52 pm

Earthquakes are an energy that I've never experienced. I used to kinda want to, but nowadays I don't enjoy being terrified.

Those crazy crack heads can be pretty scarey themselves. I do my best to keep my distance from them.

Read my diary Journal of a Taxi Driver for taxi stories and pictures of flowers and trees.

ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 7/23/2015 11:16 am:
I have been through a tornado, flooding, drought, fishflies and earthquakes. Not much more to experience except for a fire. Now that I don't think I want to go through.

citizen4722 62M  
67495 posts
7/22/2015 3:59 pm

I'm glad that your vertigo isn't as bad as you thought.

ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 7/23/2015 11:16 am:
Doing the movements have helped so much! I will keep them up so the vertigo will go away!

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