OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Saturday, December 5

#7456

QUESTION:

WHY do people need to take the elevator down from the 3rd floor of DP?
 

12 comments

  1. Just because people don't have crutches doesn't mean they might not have some sort of injury / health problem. Mind your own fucking business and stop being a cunt.

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    1. It slows our business down and few people will have those issues. It's inconsiderate.

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    2. How does it slow your business down? It's one floor to stop at and you only have to share the space for a single floor before you get off. If your biggest concern is this, you need a hobby.

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    3. lol you sound like a fat lazy bitch

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    4. I never said this was my biggest concern and I have plenty of hobbies. It slows my business down because it takes extra time. Slow processes take more time than fast ones.

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    5. "your business"?

      That's such a weird way of talking

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  2. Because it's 2015.

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  3. Its people like you that's causing obesity in this world. You need to fucking take up a hobby, LIKE WORKING OUT. Nobody will die from climbing down a set of stairs, fatass.

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  4. So to OP and the other holier-than-thou cunts in this post: Exactly how many floors is it acceptable to take the elevator for? What's the defined limit that supposedly exists? You know, seeing as how everyone is the same and even if my foot hurts from arthritis I should just take the stairs to not "inconvenience you"

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    1. DP is very simple. Since nobody has to travel to the 4th floor (it's administrative), you take the elevator to go to floors 5 and above.

      Healthy people should not be using elevators to travel one floor. That's standard courtesy. It inconveniences those who actually need to use it.

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    2. Okay 4a, and how do you decide who is healthy and who isn't? Looking at them and deciding that you think they're capable?

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    3. I don't have to decide who is healthy and who isn't. Why would I? It is up to the person to decide if they are healthy enough to walk up one flight of stairs. The whole idea here is that people act with others in mind. Nobody is making decisions for other people or judging them on their decisions. We take a collective interest in seeing things run as smoothly as they can.

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