#8 Because You Don't Live in NYC, Where Cabs Work Lets be honest, outside of New York City, taking a cab pretty much anywhere in the US is not a pleasant experience. How are they bad? Well, for
starters cab cars are almost uniformly dirty, and hard to come by. Do you live in LA? Get ready for a 90$ ride to the bar.
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R. Smith Posted 12 h Ago 1376996610 We owe so much to people we can never thank. Pay them back by helping someone else #Sacrifice #TheButler http://t.co/3HecumMx1K Nazr Mohammed (@NazrMohammed)
August 20, 2013 Nazr Mohammed Posted 12 h Ago 1376995449 Boy I miss these days, I always think wat would hv happen if I picked football???? Pic byu2026 http://t.co/3PHMLvPloB Matt Barnes
(@Matt_Barnes22) August 20, 2013 Matt Barnes Posted 13 h Ago 1376992159 Pick 6 for deandrejordan6 that boy has the longest stride I've ever seen. Pic by cassyathenaphotou2026
http://t.co/S0CqdXZnyX Matt Barnes (@Matt_Barnes22) August 20, 2013 Matt Barnes Posted 13 h Ago 1376991768 It's almost that time again ladies.. Who getting cuffed this season I know some of y'all
missed lastu2026 http://t.co/BGN6sFnq96 Kenneth Faried (@KennethFaried35) August 20, 2013 Kenneth Faried
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Sports Remind me when I share | Not you? Log out of Facebook How to remove this experience Nate Robinson swiftly crosses over travelers in an airport (Video) Tweet 0 When I was in college, in the
halls that led out of the dorm I lived in freshman year, I used to cross over unwitting defenders on my way out to play ball. It was annoying and childish, but I was 18-years old, and had the
excuse of being both annoying and childish on my side. Nate Robinson , at 29-years of age, doesn't quite have the same excuse. But because he's Nate, and we love him so much, somehow he makes
crossing over pedestrians in an airport seem just fine. Check his work out, via his Instagram account: Remember, Nate Robinson is 5-9. This isn't the same as, say, the 6-6 Jimmy Butler breaking
ankles on his way to the terminal. To most of these travelers, he probably looked just like some average-sized kid in a backpack that needed to have his ball taken away. Again, though, because
Nate is Nate and so damn irrepressible, he gets away with it. As he should. Never change, Nate. Good luck in Denver.
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