But they are! Some of them anyway, and most of them use the subway when I do.
- If you are going to ignore the request on the subway to move out of the doorways, then at least glance out the door to make sure you aren't standing in someone's way.
I tried to get on a train yesterday, and this hulk stood in the doorway, with his back to the door. It would have been better if he was the Hulk because then I wouldn't have worried about running him down. A wheelchair would not hurt the Hulk. But this was just a big "puny human."
The door-closing warning started to sound and so I slid on, expecting to hit him or the other side of the door.
Fortunately for us both, I threaded that needle, baby. But that wasn't the end of the jerkiness.
- If you are going to ignore the request to give priority to disabled people and the elderly on the elevator and get on first, you ought not to then get off first an not hold the elevator door open for the ONE person who actually needs it.
I was waiting for the elevator, and it came. I started getting on, and first one gal, then a second person, got on before me.
You might think that would mean I'd get off before them then, but you'd be wrong. Four people get on the elevator with me. All of them got off before, and none even thought about holding the door open while I turned around and got off.
I stuck my hand in the door that was about a foot open. I know that is sort of stupid, but I was a bit pissed and maybe not thinking straight.
The elevator opened I got off fine. All was good, no thanks to the jerks.