Q: So, how's the convention going for you?
A: Oh, man, terrible. Nobody's here. Nobody! Look at this list (shows piece of paper with spaces for 30 entries on each side; only one is half-full): Fifteen rides! And I've been driving since 5:30 in the morning. Usually I've got both sides filled by now. There's no way anybody in this town is making money. […]
Q: And I guess protesters don't exactly take taxis.
A: They're all healthy and stuff. Like to walk around. Plus, you can't take a taxi in a protest.
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