Necessity might be the mother of invention, but boredom is its love-withholding dad. Spurred by boredom to entertain you, the captain of the Land Yacht.
The Yacht's a Yellow Cab minivan pimped out with a built-in karaoke system backed by an Infinity surround-sound stereo and three 19-inch displays; the project's intended to relieve the day-to-day blahness of the Yacht's owner, Scott, a 17-year cabbie who first started tinkering with the concept back in the days of Napster MP3s, and when putting "i" before everything just meant you were a huge E.E. Cummings groupie.
Instead of the typically cheesy karaoke video playlist, Scott has digitized a lifetime worth of VHS recordings of concerts and music videos, leaving the original vocals intact and adding a scrolling lyric bar, making it easy to howl along to anything from 80s pop to young country, though of course the most shameful Taxicab Confession's admitting you like Garth Brooks. Because just watching randoms try to sing doesn't always cut it, Scott further amuses himself with principled heckling, whether that means ripping sorority girls for discovering Journey via the Sopranos finale, or ripping white guys who won't stop believing they have any business rapping.
Amazingly, the Yacht charges normal YC rates ($2.50 + $2.10 a mile) and is on call Thursday through Saturday nights, plus any weekday Scott happens to be in the mood. To secure a ride, just text your location/destination and wait for him to send you an ETA or notice that he's too busy, something you're all-too familiar with. Screw you, dad.