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On our third in Paris, where the September sun shine this weekend was in the low 80's F., but I wouldn't be bad, not to speak of our three-day trip to Iceland, where the winds blew and never ended on our first one. Among the various events were the instructions given to us in Hafnarfiordur by the rugged woman under the direction of the taxi association.
Losing, not know how to find our accommodation, I noted a taxi bureau where I was quickly marked a perfectly good chart to our destination. Although she had no spare moments for courtesies, she was exceedingly supportive, a real taxi vet who was only interested in taking the morons where they went.
If you have the power, head southwards on North Highway 1 to the small township of Hveragerdi and a few miles out of town to the car park, where your 1 1/2 miles climb up a mountain slope leads to the warmer waters of the Reykjadalur Rivers, yes, an intrinsic stream with thermal sources that flows down a southwestern dale.
In Paris, we live right next to the Pigalle metro station in the eighteenth arrondissement, not far from the Sacred Heart. If you want to try perhaps the biggest crispy that Paris has to boast, make a biscuit for Pain Pain, a really great bolangerie and confectionery in Montnartre on Rue des Martyrs 88.
On Thursday we take the trains to the small town centre of Besancon, where cycling is next on the itinerary. Besancon, the birth place of Victor Hugo, is situated south-east of Paris near the boundary with Switzerland and is the first place I have been in this part of France. About Seattle's Cabbie Complaint Process Last weekend, the blogs were posted in a fast rush just a few short moments before we were due to leave San Francisco for Reykjavik, which means that some of what I wanted to say was inevitably omitted because we believed that a check on what the Seattle affair required of us deserved a thorough overhaul.
Although I don't know the whole story of how we got to this red tape hub, I can say by instinct that a kind of full surrender of the locals taxi industries must have something to do with the use of an irons yokes on our common throat. No decent industrial or commercial firm, as I have already proposed, would accept this degree of state interference.
As with the removal of Seattle's Uber/Lyft hat, the factory clearly, like an anxious crossbreed hound, stuck its cock between its legs and ran away crying into a black lane. In order for those not to fully appreciate the mechanism of the present trial, the City of Seattle will forward all formal grievances to the federations, less any or all filters, which means that anyone can call the grievance number and say what they want, regardless of their factual and juridical accuracy.
No less than the clubs themselves, the city and HopeLink, who transform the association's employees into their own servants, no less than this villainous plumage boyfriend, the catfowl, who lays egg in a Robin or sparrow hide and forces the nurturing dam to breed and nurture the invading cat. In the same way that sometimes the natural world is unjust, not even in this case in the city of Seattle, which expects us to be incubating our own trial.
Another example of how the trial doesn't make any sense at all, I said "she who can't be named" that at that point she could call the Paris complaints number and say anything she wanted to know about any rider by selecting a cabin number, even mine, and without review or validating set off a full and total falsity as she knew there was no judicial retaliation for lies.
There are two other questions of law which may be difficult to interpret: intention and damage, the intention of the rider and damage to the appellant. If, for example, the passengers felt that the taxi drivers were impolite, how do you proof a violation, and how can the city say that a testimony or voicing was a real slander?
How could the sources of the taxi driver's supposed behaviour be seen as aching back or digestive disorder, as evidence of intention and deliberate deed? I' m saying it looks like the city of Seattle has made something simpler that isn't that easy. Moreover, it has selected a kind of enterprise or industrial sector for a kind of audit that is not applicable to other types of enterprises.
Once I had auditable evidence of this when King County License insisted on giving us the fingerprint year after year during the re-licensing procedure for the rental. "Well, of course that's not the case, and when he announced his faulty testimony, that request abruptly vanished. Like I said, real responsibility is needed and I fully endorse that.
However, I believe that there is a need for a thorough review in which redress and equity are clearly set out and known to all concerned; and since it is in the interest of Seattle and King County to preserve the kind of accounting that they appear to be aiming for, it should be their sole responsibility to determine the overall authenticity of the grievance.
As they have established and prescribed these Code of Ethics, Seattle and King County should be responsible for its implementation. A horrible taxi crash at North 155th & Aurora Avenue North Friends warned me of a horrible crash this weeks affecting YC 736 and a non-taxi chauffeur. Somehow the other rider traversed the middle line and hit the taxi head-on, the crash unfortunately killed the cabin occupant.
The wandering chauffeur as well as the taxi chauffeur were seriously wounded and fight for their life - it is of course an untold disaster. With my intellect official on holiday, I forget to tell an experiment that I have already made a hundred times: Some drivers yelled at me that "they have my taxi number, and they will get me!
" Yes, small hazards are the order of the day, with the taxi cab operator being an ordinary destination and interfering in a complaints avenue. It is also the case that a working day does not go by if I do not have at least one traffic accident aimed at me. Normally it is the "short chase" when a disturbed rider chooses for whatever reasons I merit being beaten.
All of this suggests to me the need for the city of Seattle to do preventive investigative work before passing on a grievance to a taxi company. A possible way to distinguish the truth from the falsehood is to ask all authors to subscribe to a declaration confirming that their allegation is fact.
Maybe only then would the city have a certain certainty that the described event actually happened. As I have already explained, the city really does not know what the real justification for the appeal is.