Lighten up Mondays.

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Late for a return flight from Dublin, an American tourist in Ireland jumped into a cab.

“Quick,” he said, “get me to the airport as fast as you can!”

English: red traffic light Español: señal de t...
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The cabbie nodded and floored the gas pedal.  Soon they were barreling along at more than 70 miles an hour.  Just ahead a stoplight was bright red.  The cab shot through the intersection without slowing down in the slightest.

“Are you blind?” shouted the tourist.  “That was a red light!”

The cabbie was unfazed.

“I don’t believe in red lights, sir, nor do any of my five cab-driving brothers.”

English: green traffic light Español: señal de...
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After two more hair-raising hurtles through red lights, the tourist was relieved to see a green light.  But right before the intersection, the cabbie slammed on the brakes.

“Are you insane?” yelled the passenger.  “That was a green light!”

“True, sir,” replied the cabbie.  “But you never know when one of my brothers may be coming through.”

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