New York Yellow Taxi Insight in Uber Times

Is Uber Killing the Yellow Taxi in New York City?

As Uber's stranglehold over the taxi industry increases, some New York yellow cab dispatchers have found themselves in an unprecedented predicament: sitting on millions of dollars worth of medallion yellow cabs, but not enough drivers to drive them.

Most checkered-board Taxi Fashion

It is in the spotlight, and it's a never ending trend.


These cheeky cuts are packed with extra retro-vibe dimensions. 

Checkerboard is the new Yin and Yang

Forget about last fashion week in Paris, checkerboard print trend is timeless, it is not a matter of being square or not, but perhaps, is mostly for the brave, for those who defy definition.



Checkerboard is more than a mindset, it is a lifestyle and would not be complete without  the scent  of his pattern.

 
Why Would you need a Taxi ride if your girlfriend has one of these?

Cab driver once more round the block, Never mind the ticket or the clock.

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Very nostalgic and catchy tune from 1968 --  I don't think anyone will ever sing such a tribute to UBER-- & could UBER handle such a special trip as is described in the song ? Would the lovesick fellow be properly insured ?

Cab driver drive by Mary's place,
I just wanna chance to see her face.
I hope God to meet her any place,
Cab driver drive by Mary's place.

Cab driver once more round the block,
Never mind the ticket or the clock.
I only wish we could have had a talk,
Cab driver once more round the block.

Cab driver once more down her street,
There's a little place we use to meet.
That's where I laid my future at her feet,
Cab driver once more down her street.

Cab driver take care by her door,
I just want to hold her in my arms once more.
And then maybe just like we were before,
Cab driver take care by her door.

Cab driver you better take me home,
I guess that I was meant to be alone.
I hope God gives me a lover of my own,
Cab driver you better take me home.

Cab driver you better take me home,
Cab driver you better take me home.
 


The Mills Brothers, sometimes billed as The Four Mills Brothers, and originally known as The Four Kings of Harmony, were an African-American jazz and pop vocal quartet of the 20th century who made more than 2,000 recordings that combined sold more than 50 million copies, and garnered at least three dozen gold records. The Mills Brothers were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1998.