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    A passerby spotted a cab driver slumped over the wheel of his cab the other night. Responding officers found the Somalian man beaten and he had probably been robbed.

    He spoke NO ENGLISH at all and officers could not understand him.

    Tell me how the hell do you drive a cab in AMERICA and speak not word of ENGLISH ? How did he understand directions or signs or even our money ??

  • #2
    Originally posted by Bodie
    A passerby spotted a cab driver slumped over the wheel of his cab the other night. Responding officers found the Somalian man beaten and he had probably been robbed.

    He spoke NO ENGLISH at all and officers could not understand him.

    Tell me how the hell do you drive a cab in AMERICA and speak not word of ENGLISH ? How did he understand directions or signs or even our money ??
    Ask the Ohio Department of Motor Vehicles.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bodie

      Tell me how the hell do you drive a cab in AMERICA and speak not word of ENGLISH ?
      You get behind the wheel, grasp it with one or both hands, turn the ignition and start the car. Then you use the accelerator to determine your speed. Use of the brakes are also recommended.
      Retired

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      • #4
        Originally posted by retired
        You get behind the wheel, grasp it with one or both hands, turn the ignition and start the car. Then you use the accelerator to determine your speed. Use of the brakes are also recommended.

        Yeah who needs to be bothered reading those pesky English words like Stop, Yield, Slow....
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        • #5
          We use the language line. They have interpreters for all languages, so include Somolia.
          Visit TheologyWeb.com now!!!

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