Sunday, September 28, 2008

Escape to New York

While I had a good trip to Delhi, I was happy to return to New York. One thing I missed about New York is how people are able to make something simple into something complicated.

The driver who picked me up from the airport was driving a car that would make a sound if the driver didn't have his seat belt buckled. My driver, instead of just buckling his seat belt, took the seat belt from the passenger-side and connected it to the buckle on the driver-side.

1 comment:

ettible said...

I love how riding in a cab somehow feels different to me than riding in any other kind of car. I'd never think of not wearing my seatbelt in someone's personal car, but I almost relish not wearing one in a car of bizness. Especially since I'm way more likely to die in the hands of a cabbie.