Have you ever gotten into a taxi and thought "this guy's a psycho!" Well if you were in Peru you might have been right. 40 percent of the 640 taxi and bus drivers that took part in a university study actually showed psychopathic attributes including "aggressive, anxious and antisocial behavior." The best quote though is "drivers showed they would not feel any guilt in injuring or running over a pedestrian." That's nice. Now can the same folks do a study in Chicago, New York and L.A.? That 40 percent number might rise. And to add some levity to today's offering: please create a caption for the image to the right that fits the tone of this post. Winner gets free chuckles.
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