July 17th, 2011
Topher...my littlest fan
Today I met my littlest fan and his name is Topher (Sound like Tougher)…I was cruising around the Stuyvesant High School (I am a proud father of a son who is a student of this esteemed High School)..area..there was no one in that area (Sunday morning in Summer time is really a very bad time to find a passenger)..so I stopped in front of a building. Read more »
July 8th, 2011
Does LOVE really HURT..?
I was just surfing the net and found this little Love Poem. I just want to know what do you think..does love hurt or it does not..? Please drop me a line in the comment section..Thanks.
July 7th, 2011
[ Dear Friends...many of you wrote to bring back this post so that you won't have to go back to read this post. This is your most favorite post as you have told me in the comments..here it is for your reading pleasure..Thanks ]
There are so many people in the world..so many relationship makes and brakes everyday. Many times we are alone, we feel lonely and that moment we want someone especially that some one we can call our own. It is very hard to find someone whom we can trust, whom we can depend on. This is one of the story which proves that at the end we are basically alone and the ever wanting for a companionship never dies and we keep trying to get that special someone with whom we can share some of our moments which we cherish for the rest of our lives.. Read more »
July 3rd, 2011
Spraying water in a rainy day
It was a very rainy day today here in new York City. The rain started from the early morning. I looked outside through my window and the rain drops were making splashes on the roads..I did not want to go to work in that such a horrible weather. So I stood beside the window and started to look at the falling rain..and kept watching for about 2 minutes. I knew if I did not shake off the sleep and not wanting to go to work Read more »
June 28th, 2011
Got a Ticket
I got a ticket today…that’s the simplest form I can say my friends..This may be the most unexpected ticket I ever got. It seemed like a tornado hit me..or a thunder hit me out of no where….and that’s how it happens my friends…. Read more »
June 24th, 2011
Accidents do happen
Hope you are doing OK. I really had a bad day today and you know what..it actually got even worse..may be one of the worst days of my life. Friends.. driving taxi for living is not a matter of joke and we feel that every moment of our 12 hours of driving time. Everyday when I start my taxi…I pray for being able to come back home without having involved in an accident. Accident really takes a heavier toll on us whether you want to admit or not. Read more »
June 23rd, 2011
Triborough (RFK) Bridge in the Fog
Today I started a bit later than my usual 4.30 in the morning. The sky was very dark and it was drizzling. I picked up my first passenger at Ditmars Blvd. Subway Station who wanted to go to Madison Ave and 89th Street. She told me to take Tri-borough Bridge and it took me just about 15 minutes to go to the destination. I made a left turn and got another passenger to LaGaurdia Airport. Read more »
June 18th, 2011
How could the city close one of the busiest intersection for a restaurant..?
New York City is may be the most traffic congested city in the world. Everyday countless numbers of minutes are lost because of the traffic congestion. A motorist can not escape of the ever slowing traffic for various reasons like emergency constructions, long term constructions, building constructions, Con Ed and Verizon constructions, pot holes, broken roads and so on. Read more »
June 16th, 2011
Today I read a small but very significant news in the New York Post. This is how the news was written…
“City lawsuit tab: $520M”
-By DAVID SEIFMAN
New York Police at it's BEST
“The city paid $520.6 million in personal-injury and property-damage settlements in the 2010 fiscal year, 7 percent less than the previous year, Comptroller John Liu reported yesterday.
Three agencies accounted for 67 percent of the total: the NYPD, the Health and Hospitals Corporation and the Transportation Department.
Liu said the $135.3 million in payouts connected to the NYPD surpassed the hospital system’s $134.9 million, the first time that’s happened in 30 years. Read more »