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Rules are made not to be broken

Reader comment on item: Don't Bring That Booze into My Taxi

Submitted by Maged (United States), Oct 24, 2006 at 22:37

Rules are made not to be broken.
There should not be exceptions otherwise wait and see what will happen. In some countries, Taxi drivers are "mafia". they do whatever they want, they refuse to take that passenger and accept that one. Refuse to drive to that place and accept to go to that place.

Look at the school system in the USA, religion is not discussed or taught. Why should we introduce it here? Be worried more about our country than the feeling of the passengers or those "drivers".

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