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ShedrivestaxiSF 54F
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3/30/2015 2:08 am

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Okay, so I got a little bit busy over the past few days, so sorry for the delay in my updates. I have been on to read a few blog posts when I was working but no time for me to update my own. Crazy. Life really gets in the way!

Well Friday night was a good night. Lots of strange things happened! It was crazy busy and just plain crazy in the city. I was driving along California Street on Knob Hill and saw a lady walking a pig across the street!! A pig in SF! It was dressed in a jacket and had a leash with a light, just like a dog!! Crazy!

Apparently I am a wonderful nice taxi driver! Within 2 seconds he said I was an amazing driver. I said, thank you and I was impressed that he knew me so well in such a short time! Funny, we chatted and talked all the way to his destination. He was a very nice guy! He is what makes my job so much fun!

Driving in SF can be very complicated. The pedestrians crossing the street feel like they have the right of way, no matter if they do or not! They even stand off the street corner and block the right turning cars. No enforcement of the laws for pedestrians in SF. This makes turning right for a driver a free for all! Apparently if you need to turn right and someone is not turning around the corner fast enough you can add a lane to the left of them and turn right around them. Crazy as that sounds

Picking up people in city you never know what they are going to give you as a payment. I am always okay with credit cards as payment but every once in a while I am given, or try to be given, large bills ($50’s or $100’s), most of the time I say I do not have enough change because counterfeit bills are all over the city. Better safe than sorry! Well, one guy had a stack of about 20-30 $100 bills in his wallet as well as a lot of $50 bills. Crazy to carry that much cash when you are bar hopping on a Friday night. Lots of lost wallets over the course of a night. One guy did try to give me a fake $20 bill but I didn’t fall for it. He did give me another $20 bill and I still questioned it but it was real.

I was driving up Franklin St and was flagged by this guy on the side of the road. He asked if I would pull over so he could put his stuff in the back of my taxi. He wanted me to go into a dark area behind the Symphony Hall. I said, no but I would pull out of the lane of traffic. He went back behind my taxi and pulled up a garbage can!!!!! A frickin garbage can! I said NOPE!!!! He still tried to open my tail gate. I said again NO! Then I drove off! REALLY!!!!! REALLY?????

March Madness had gotten me a few badly behaved men in my taxi. I have had to ask men to stop hitting my taxi doors and anything else in the taxi. Crazy, what the heck is going on with March Madness???

Homeless men have switched to pet rats instead of dogs. Crazy! He was charging $1 to let people pet his rat. Gross! Plus he was smelling and licking his rat. I almost puked right there watching him!

Have you ever had a friend that you messed with over almost everything? They did the same back to you too? Lots of that happening in my taxi, it is fun to listen to and sometimes be part of it. Everything in fun! Love it. Happy people having a great time! What more could you ask for?

In North Beach I saw a man wearing a chefs hat and walking a while smoking a cigarette. I don’t want to visit his restaurant!

Driving down Market St a (I am guessing he was a homeless) man was walking slowly across the street, not in a crosswalk. He slows down and turns to face me with his eyes open so wide all I can see is the whites of his eyes! Crazy! Very scary too.

I picked up this guy in the Marina District (high rent area, typically douchbag area) and he asked me to take him to Divisadero and Chestnut then wait for him while he goes up and gets his girlfriend. I wait over 5 minutes and nothing. So I end his ride and leave. Later in the evening I pick up another guy in the area around Union Square, this one is Irish. He seems nice and asks me to take him to Jones and Eddy. He keeps saying he has to pee. So we get to Jones and Eddy he gets out and says “Wait for me, I have to pee”. Okay so I wait again for about 5 minutes and he isn’t coming out. Fuck…. Two times in one night! I really need the money and this is fucked! Well, I closed out his ride and turned the corner. I get to the next corner and guess who is flagging a taxi… Yep, you guessed it, the Irish guy. I picked him up and asked him to pay for the ride he just ran out on me. He gave me the money for it but asked me to take him home in the Richmond District. He kept asking to get out so he could pee, I said I would let him out but he would have to pay me before he got out of the taxi. He didn’t want to do that. So I took him to his home. On the way to his home he kept asking, if I was going to be taking him to my home to do nasty things to him. NO WAY! He was so drunk he didn’t even know he had skipped out on me earlier. He kept saying he wasn’t drunk but he was on something. He finally fell asleep just before we got to his home. He paid me for the rest of his ride and I went on my way. Have I learned my lesson about waiting for passengers? Probably not. Most people come back quickly or offer me something to stay. I am a good person and I feel most people are good people too.

I was flagged by a man but a lady got into my taxi and she started crying as soon as she got into the taxi. She said something about someone picking up her jacket and wanting to keep it. She was unhappy then something about her mother that had passed away and not talking about her anymore. She liked me because I reminded her of her friend who is always positive and happy. She wanted to be more like her friend. I finally arrived at her destination and the fare was $6.29 and she gave me a $20. I asked her how much change she would like back and she said none. I said that was too much! She said it was okay because someone else would stiff me later in the night and I was such a nice lady. She was right. I picked up 3 girls and a guy on 11th Street by Audio and the first thing a young girl did after getting into my taxi was put her hand into a bag I had trash in (it was a bag of cough drops) and say she wanted one. When I told her no it was empty. She didn’t ask, but said she wanted a Sweetart. I had a bag of those as well. I told her no. They are mine. She then wanted to play her music. I told her, please go ahead and play her music. She tried to unplug things I had plugged in. I let her know that I already had things plugged in, so she could play her music off her phone. Her phone was at 1% and she wanted to plug it in. I said, I do not have anything to plug her phone in too. I should have make them get out my taxi at that time. I don’t want to be that person. So I continued to drive them. All the way they complained about one thing or another. One girl asked for water. I do not carry water. She said, this is why I do not take taxis only Ubers. Yes, I should have tossed them out of the taxi but I still didn’t. They did pay me but didn’t leave a tip. Nice wonderful people. Whatever. Someday someone will do that to them and they will understand respecting others things.

Last thing for this blog, sorry it is so long but one more story of the night. I picked up two boys and a girl on Polk Street and they wanted to go to Bush and Steiner. The one boy complained about losing his wallet. He kept asking saying his Mom was going to kill him. This was the 3rd wallet he has lost since he moved to SF, about 6 months ago. The other guy kept saying why do you have to tell your Mom about losing your wallet. The first one says he has to go through his Mom to replace all the cards that are missing plus he had $300 cash in there. He didn’t want to be lectured again by her. I think this should have been a wake up call to get help from drinking and what ever else he was doing. I hope he does get help. Dropped them off and drove around for a few minutes. I didn’t pick anyone off but I had to go to the bathroom so I went back to the yard and used the restroom there. I got back into my taxi on the way to pick up my day driver and I heard a pinging noise in the back of my taxi. Wonderful, someone left a phone in my taxi. I called the missed call number and the guy who I had just dropped off answer. He was so happy I found his phone. I let him know I was on my way home and he said he would pay anything to have his phone. I said, how about just what the meter says. He said he was okay with that. So, I drove straight over there, he was waiting outside for me. He paid me and gave me a generous tip and told me I would have good karma over bringing him back his phone so nicely. I need as much good karma as I can get.

Thanks again for reading, sorry again for it being so long. I hope it didn’t turn you off of watching me anymore. I love you very much!

Thank you very much for reading my blog!

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pal334 66M  
40913 posts
3/30/2015 3:38 am

What a day in the life. I think I will stay away from driving a taxi, I am not as patient as you

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ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 3/30/2015 4:55 pm:
I try and be very patient. I think that is part of who I am.

citizen4722 62M  
67987 posts
3/30/2015 8:01 am

I read it all because it drew me in and I wanted to know who was next.
It really does make fascinating reading

ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 3/30/2015 4:59 pm:
Thank you so very much! I always hope it makes sense. Sometimes I do not re it again after writing it. That has been a problem in the past.

Thank you again!

maestroexmanoa 60M  
305 posts
3/30/2015 5:40 pm

I love reading your stories! Keep safe out there.

ShedrivestaxiSF replies on 3/30/2015 10:23 pm:
I will do! I learned how to have siri take notes so I can remember what is happening.

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