Lazy or Mentally Handicapped

Today as I arrived at a medical building for a doctor’s appointment, I saw something that . . . yes . . . got me thinking.  There was a very healthy (albeit pregnant) woman (NOT in a wheelchair or with a walker) who walked up to the entrance, took two steps to the right, and pushed the handicapped door opener.  She then took two steps back to the door entrance, and waited the 5 or so seconds for the door to open.  Is that lazy or what?  I guess she could have been germaphobic, but I doubt it, since she pushed the handicapped button, and I’d think there’d be as many germs on it as on the door handle.

The point is, rather than using the good muscles in her biceps to simply pull open the door and walk through, she chose to “push a button.”  That’s the problem today . . .  people are lazy.  If you’d like to see other examples of really extreme laziness, check it out here.

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So much I want to do, and so little time available to do it.
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2 Responses to Lazy or Mentally Handicapped

  1. Stephanie says:

    Sometimes I press them just cause it’s there and I want to see if it works.

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