Lesser improprieties like busted headlights or illegal parking earn cabbies a two-day stint at the Taxi and Limousine Commission's reform school in Long Island City. "We teach them about anger management. We let them vent," says instructor Andrew Vollo. “I didn’t realize how important it was to be nice," says Milan Kesic, a 55-year-old limo driver. Others are less convinced. "He can't teach me anything," says Cheikh Mbaye, a six-year veteran. [amNY]
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