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Have you ever noticed that some people do not
how to properly position themselves in an elevator.
I for one am tired of people crowding my personal space.
I am also
tired of socially challenged individuals facing in an
awkward direction that makes being in the elevator
for all of the normal properly adjusted
humans that are also present in the elevator. I think
some people are afraid to look at other people so they
face a wall or position at a strange angle so they cant
happen to make eye contact with anyone.
These are like dance step decals that indicate where a
person should stand and which direction they should be
Each standing position is indicated by two feet with an
arrow on each pointing from the heel to the toes.
||[+], but wouldn't it be easier, from a social engineering standpoint, to simply put a current-floor-number display in each corner ?
||But... one of the great pleasures in life is standing in
the wrong position in a lift.
||The best one, if the lift does not have glass doors and
if there is a high likelihood of its stopping to pick up
more people, is to stand with your nose almost
touching the gap where the doors will open.
||By combining vfrackis and Flying Toaster inventions (above and below ground energy sources?), if the decals were numbered for destination floor, egress could be orderly by floor...
||<ducks> as another [Ian Tindale] annotation goes over
||<checks nor'-nor'east pantry> Flour... sugar...
pasta...foie gras... Nope, I think I'm good.