All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten - Chapters 16-26 Summary & Analysis

Robert Fulghum
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James Brill pretended to be a foreigner with poor English in New York and hired thirty-seven taxis, to test the cabbies' honesty. Only one cab driver tried to cheat him. Brill sometimes asked to be taken to a location a short distance away. Several drivers explained the short distance to Brill andeven got out of the cab to physically demonstrate where to go. The author suggests that when one gets into a "people are no damned good" mood, one should think of Brill. Fulghum believes Americans live in a car culture and it's the image, not money. Most people buy cars to fulfill an image. Fulghum went looking for a replacement of his worn out car and fell in love with a Mercedes that had leather everything and was perfect; the bank did not agree. A BMW motorcycle with a sidecar felt right...

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