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My Fare Lady

Boston has only a few female taxi drivers, as a new report says, which makes riding with Louise Samson all the more special.

By Ken Gordon
April 11, 2004

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Hop into Louise Samson's cab, and you'll get called names. Nice ones. The fares she likes she calls "cutie," "dear," "hon," "honey," "my boy," and/or "sweetheart." She's like a mom on wheels, which is what she is: Samson is putting her three children through college by driving a cab. Her key ring reads "mom's taxi." She distributes Blow Pops to ... (Full Article: 670 Words)

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