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The best Taxi Cab Service in Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Los Altos, and Redwood City.
The best Taxi Cab Service in Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Los Altos, and Redwood City.

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First -Hold on baby First let me switch hand...Lately I been in so much pain & it’s burning me inside like there is no gone-gateway song ...but i wrote some
‘’ at a sight, got u the Fix price , got- a ride & you still saying that wasn’t quite alright But in our city visitors crowds new-come & some gone customers never sleep weather it’s day or night they yelled he is On One or his ride looking sadist Black Night so she said is it on For Hired or You just looking for the Hire, that beautiful face twin-light is gone...hahaa ‘’so are we even or should I turn clock upside down ....wait Hold on I just check my clock my timing was right but luck was gone that’s why face is little down don’t tell me what’s new in life I will show you all the deep sides of lives, make a question tho ...? So should i run or should I Hide , for the ready of my life...don’t you worry our cabby he is still in steady long Game of thrones slogan changed to yolo from solo hahan,I got the power riding with turbulences -Storms-Hurricanes & Even Thunderstorms it’s a Life but my journey of my this long flight is Still on mission like black hock down...
scary,it’s s scary but it sounds alright so Should I speed or cancel all the upcoming rides & start listening sad Songs coz I don’t wAna Be alone...So I sit in my car look at mirror & says ‘’you looking at me but I am looking through you...I see nobody by your side, but I am with you when you all alone & you correct me If I am looking wrong.
Bye bye cabby Now Say hi to the Dream and care only for our mission That keeps me real coz it’s not your some movie clip or scene....

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Hey Yellow Taxi Why you still Looking for Those better days when Your Own Google , Symantec and Intuit Company Employers are Riding With cheap and carpooling If you know what I mean... but There was a time when you all Mountain view residents Loves Taxis coz it was there when you need a ride local or Airports and use to say Thanks you cabbies for being there and get me home safety Like you care about passengers From Heart not like these Ride-sharing Companies who just wana make There money and don’t care about drivers who spend Hours just to make living with Hard work and Collecting Pennies left in a driving scene...
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Some of the Tips Of doing Business With a Devils Dictionary-

Analytics. Numbers with a PhD.
Best of breed. A mongrel, one part Dachshund, one part Alsatian.
Best practice. What everyone else pretends to do. Or, alternatively, don’t do as I do, do as I say.
Blog. A website written by people with nothing to say for people with nothing to do. (Thanks to Guy Kawasaki for this)
Call to action. The mating cry of a salesman in written form.
Case study. A work of fiction punctuated by frankenquotes. Evidence that you have at least one customer with a pulse. Actually, pulse optional.
Click-through rate. The number of people you are renting from Google to ignore your website.
Clipart. Pictures of shiny office people shaking hands.
Consultation. “What I want is for people to do what I tell them after reasonable discussion” (Winston Churchill)
Content calendar. What we’ll do if everything works perfectly, you pay on time and nobody has a day off.
Content. Lorem ipsum polyfilla to anyone except the harmless drudge who has to write it.
Curation. Retweeting stuff people have already read.
Earned media. Somebody mentioned you on their blog.
End-to-end. A solution that does everything from A to Z, except B, C, D, E, F etc.
Enterprise. Any company big enough that your CEO has to take their CEO out for lunch.
Focus group. A tool for cowardly managers. Also, feedback disguised as strategy. For example, a Volvo is an Aston Martin designed by focus group. Here’s what they said: “I like the looks but it’s really expensive,” “It would be better if had a bigger boot and four seats.” “Wouldn’t it be dangerous to drive that fast?”
Gamification. The accurate theory that people can be persuaded to do almost anything in return for digital badges and sound effects.
Hard bounce. Did you really think I was going to give you my real email address?
Inbound. Where the customer does your marketing for you.
Influencer. You don’t know where they work or what they do but your PR firm says they’re important.
Infographic. Meaningless statistics turned into incomprehensible diagrams.
Key Performance Indicators. Targets that can only be achieved in an ideal world where everything works perfectly, customers pay on time (and never complain), and everyone knows what they’re doing. (Garry)
Long tail. Pinocchio's other guilty little secret.
Managing Expectations. It’s going to be delayed. (Andrew Terry)
Metrics. What agencies use to convince you that their plan is working.
Midmarket. All the businesses in-between.
Net 30. Don’t hold your breath (hat tip Tom Chandler)
News conference. a cruel hoax played on journalists by the PR industry.
One word equity. Why estate agents in the UK produce magazines with stupid names like “The Square” or “The Green” or “Prestige.” I was recently pitched a magazine idea with the name “Fuss.”
Open rate. The number of angels that can dance on a pin head.
Outbound. Don’t call us, we’ll call you.
Paid media. Didn’t we used to call this advertising?
Paradigm shift. When everybody agrees with an idea that is about to be disproved.
Passion. A word that has no place in business even if you have switched on your sincerity simulator. Also used by PRs and copywriters when they have their sincerity simulator dialled all the way up to 11. “The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.” (WB Yeats, a famous copywriter.)
Press release. PRs pretend to be excited. Journalist pretend to be interested. Quotes are made up.
Return on investment. Your marketing agency owner’s new sports car. Also, an imaginary number that is equal to or greater than the cost of purchasing a solution.
SEO. There are three secrets that are guaranteed to put your site at the top of Google’s search results but nobody knows what they are.
SME. Any company too small to have a dedicated account manager.
Social media. Where your expensive content goes to be ignored.
Soft bounce. I went on holiday and all you got was this lousy out of office message.
Solution. A product plus an unlimited expense account.
Stakeholder. “What I want is more money and power and less shit from you people.” (Badge from 1997 Computer Game Developers’ Conference)
Survey. A series of carefully crafted questions that generate the answers the PR company had in mind when they pitched the idea to their client.
Synergy. The mystery factor that will balance the books, make the solution work and get the project done on time. See Kryptonite, Philosopher’s Stone, Unobtainium and XYZZY. Alternative meaning: After the merger, we can get rid of some people. The whole is less than the some of its parts. (Pitarou)
Tipping point. The moment when all your colleagues have heard the title but haven’t read the book.
Traffic. The number of bots, site scrapers, internet trolls and hackers that visited your website plus your mum.
Vice president. The minimum qualification required to be quoted in a press release.
Visual oxygen. We don’t have enough copy or photos to fill the pages.
Web 2.0. A website where readers do most of the work for you and you don’t have to pay them a penny.
White paper. A vendor’s objective opinions. Like an article but with added truthiness.
Your call is important to us. But not enough to employ sufficient call handlers and anyway you might just go away and leave us alone, especially if you really want something. (Heather Yaxley)
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