WSJ: How has New Year's Eve in San Francisco changed over the past 30 years?
Mr. Harold: It doesn't change. It starts off slow, then it builds to a crescendo. People are good early on—and then they get drunker. People can't find a cab, and when you drive by, they give you the finger. When they get in the cab, they're drunk. They're funny. I say, "I don't mind if you're going to be sick. I'll pull over." People are in a good mood, throwing money at you.
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