In the relationship between Climate Change and Covid-19 of the year 2020 pandemic you have to wonder, are they related somehow? The unprecedented shut down of economies, curfews, work from home policies, “Could there be an up-side?”
The Coronavirus brought on some drastic change and probably more than than just the flu.
But many people around the world happen to notice an unusual phenomenon happening. Something you have never seen in modern-day and, probably could not have happened any other way. Continue reading
When your engine light comes on your dash and your buddy says, “not to worry” it’s only a soft code. You act like you know what he’s talking about, but … you really don’t.
What is a Soft Code
In this part of the series “Chronicles of a Taxi Driver” the “why” question always comes up, “Why are Taxi Cabs Painted Yellow?” The iconic signature of a Taxi Cab around the world is yellow, and for at least two good reasons, #1 It is a distinguishable color for a taxi cab, a bright Yellow and … #2 Yellow stands out amongst all other colors, compared to black or brown cars.
Motorized taxicabs began to appear on the streets of major cities from the early 1900s. According to Time.com, the word Taxi traces to the early 20th century, when it appeared as a shortened version of “taximeter,” and “Cabby” being short form for a cab driver. A taximeter is a device that measures the cab’s mileage. Continue reading
Guest Blogger/Taxi Driver
My name is Mike, and as fate would have it, cab driving was my destiny for 30 plus years of my life. It started out as a part-time job bringing some much needed extra cash as I was raising a young family and swimming in debt. Continue reading