LarryPage commented on A rare chance to contemplate Renaissance painter Rosso Fiorentino at The MorganI have a very simple question to you guys. What kind of ink and toner did they use for this awesome art materials? And if I print these materials, would it destroy the look and the quality of ink used to make those?
Posted on February 26th, 2013 3:20am
LarryPage commented on A newspaper about the death of newspapers, in an exhibit about the death of newspapersThe death of newspapers? I can't imagine it happening today. Newspapers are really useful to us. Maybe they take into consideration the emergence of online news but the fact is there are people who don't have access to internet. Maybe if there is no ink & toner to use then we can say that newspapers are going to die.
Posted on February 1st, 2013 3:21am
LarryPage commented on Liu rejects taxi-dispatch contract, further delaying the mayor's outer-borough taxi planWhy do they have to prolong this plan? Upgrading and modifying the auto interior of the cab to make it wheelchair accessible is a good project. It can help many people.
Posted on May 23rd, 2012 1:33am
LarryPage commented on The Taxi of Tomorrow gets a legal, perhaps temporary, reprieveThe Taxi of tomorrow? Are these the taxis that added some car interior accessories to their cars to make room for wheelchairs? To make their taxi wheelchair-accessible? I think this is great. It can help many people or should I say the disabled persons. They should put this plan into action soon.
Posted on May 8th, 2012 10:21pm
LarryPage commented on Cuomo's summit on Bloomberg's taxi bill yields the promise of maybe more talks, at leastI like this taxi plan. Making the cabs wheelchair accessible by adjusting some of the auto Interior parts. There are some taxis that were already converted to this wheelchair accessible taxi. This will be really beneficial to the disabled persons.
Posted on May 2nd, 2012 4:46am
LarryPage commented on Bloomberg challenges a broad decision mandating 'meaningful' taxi service for the disabledI like this taxi plan. Making the cabs wheelchair accessible by adjusting some of the auto Interior parts. There are some taxis that were already converted to this wheelchair accessible taxi. This will be really beneficial to the disabled persons.
Posted on May 1st, 2012 9:38pm
LarryPage commented on Bloomberg announces a reduction in childhood obesity, says people in wheelchairs can't hail cabsCreating a new class of taxi for the disabled people is a really good idea. They have to modify some auto interior parts to make this happen. Wheelchair accessible taxi can really make a difference. I think they should start doing this project now.
Posted on April 19th, 2012 9:41pm
LarryPage commented on Assembly leaders plan to force Cuomo's hand on the Bloomberg taxi billI think this is a good bill. They should focus on the taxis and vehicles that are violating the rules and operating in an illegal manner. They inspect and check all the vehicles, their auto interior, their exhaust systems, their permit to operate and other things concerning taxis. Violators should be fined accordingly.
Posted on April 19th, 2012 9:40pm
LarryPage commented on Bloomberg drives to the Bronx in a wheelchair-accessible taxi, calls new bill better than the originalA wheel-accessible car? This is the first time I've heard such thing. How did they built this car? What are the aftermarket auto parts used on this one? I want to ride one. This will be really beneficial to the persons with disability. A good car.
Posted on April 12th, 2012 9:47pm
LarryPage commented on Bloomberg's radical proposal to solve New York City's taxi problem, stalledIf the government wants to have a safe and reliable transportation with their taxi then I suggest that they should inspect all of the taxi/cars and make sure that all of them have safety measures installed on theirs cars. Like for example, seat belts, serpentine belts and air bags. You can't really blame the taxi drivers because they want to earn money. So all you have to do is make sure no one will get hurt by inspecting their vehicles.
Posted on April 12th, 2012 9:10pm