Amount of texts to »Taxi« 34, and there are 32 texts (94.12%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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Average Rating 1.765 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Mar 29th 2000, 02:28:40 wrote
Dragan about Taxi
Latest text on Mar 5th 2010, 00:39:05 wrote
Ronja about Taxi
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on Dec 23rd 2000, 11:26:22 wrote
whocares about Taxi

on Jul 17th 2002, 12:01:35 wrote
meista about Taxi

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Texts to »Taxi«

whatevernext96 wrote on Jan 17th 2002, 18:21:16 about


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I've always particularly admired the taxi-driver who turned to Bertrand Russell in the back of his cab and asked the perfectly legitimate question, »Well Guv, what's it all abaht then...?« And answer came there none. Never ask a philosopher, especially one who hasn't paid his fare yet.....

sara the mac wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 08:35:00 about


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since it is now april 16 and i live in the US. i have filed my taxes with the IRS. i do not have to think about taxes anymore for awhile, and instead can think of more interesting things, such as travel. travel to most cities in the world involves at least occasional taxi rides. in some places this is a pleasure; the taxi driver speaks at least a little of some language that you also speak at least a little of, and she or (usually) he is happy to talk to you and point out interesting sites/sights. if you are even a little lucky this person will take you to your destination safely, and by a more or less direct route.

then there are the others.

steve wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 17:36:36 about


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on Apr 18th 2000, 02:08:55, Jackson wrote the following about »Taxi«

»I heard recently that the driving a taxi is one of the most dangerous jobs. «

You would be right. I drove a taxi one summer during college and got held up twice. It's an interesting feeling having a gun held to the back of your head.
Bladder control suddenly becomes relatively unimportant.

Dragan wrote on Mar 29th 2000, 02:28:40 about


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Riding a taxi cab is far too expensive. Riding the bus is cheaper, but you are not allowed to talk to the driver.

trinity wrote on Apr 9th 2000, 01:31:53 about


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My associations with »taxi«
1)Taking a taxi/cab ride in New York is an experience everyone should get. You're never sure if the griver got your destination right. But not because of your pityful english, but because of his unknowledge concerning this language.
2) I don't have a car; and the last buses in my town (in my direction) are going at 20 to midnight.Normally, I would take my bike; but, honestly, the winters are too cold. I don't like the winters because then I have to take a taxicab quite often and that's SO EXPENSIVE!
3) There are two films that I associate with »taxi«: One is » Taxi« (or was it »Taxidriver«) by Luc Besson, which I didn't like. The other one is »Night on Earth«. This one is very interesting. The episode in New York pleases me most...

Robert wrote on Nov 14th 2000, 18:28:00 about


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Dani Davito, Taxi bars (English chocolate) being moved while being talked at. Yellow in New York, Black in London. »The Knowledge«. Tight turning circles. Stupid but knowledgable drivers – like philosophers educated far beyond their capacity for analytical thought (quote from Richard Dawkins in the endnotes of »The Selfish Gene«).

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