The letter finally came.
The City of Chicago Consumer Services Department has filed charges against that bootleg taxicab driver who wouldn’t take me home a few months ago.
It would seem that I have a knack of running into drivers that won’t take me to the south side.
It’s kind of like a gift, really.
While it sucks in the moment, at least in my own way I’m rooting out crappy taxi drivers.
Like a scrubbing bubble, I’m doing the hard work so you don’t have to.
Nonetheless, the form letter from Consumer Services states that the driver could “demand a trial.”
I say bring it on, homeboy.
We could have avoided this whole mess.
Everyone involved in this rigmarole could be going with the countless other things they have going on in their lives had the driver simply taken me home.
Personally I can name about twelve other things I’d rather be doing than taking a taxi driver to task over refusing me service.
It really is just that easy.
Why didn’t my cab driver think so?
If history is any precedent, the night driver of 6215 will think twice before he pulls that crap on anyone else.
South side, represent.