LIMO MELTDOWN: While operators always strive to be on time, there are always those uncontrollable moments when a pick-up is late. But singer Whitney Houston's hissy fit is out of proportion to a two-minute late pick-up at an airport. The client may always have to be right from a service standpoint, but once in a while it may be good for business to fire an abusive, obnoxious client. HOPE IT'S NOT DRUGS AGAIN. May Whitney get stuck hailing cabs. -- M.R.
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