No offence to anyone, but in my opinion, some of the topics discussed here can be and are becoming a bit of a stressful topic to read.
Anyways, aside from that talk and unrelated to anything really political, I witnessed a selfish idiot (word used in lieu of a nastier but more suitable term) stand, looking down at his phone, on the elevator (otherwise known as lift). Normally, this would be of no concern to me, but not only was he on the lift, but he was half out of the lift as well. He was standing right where the doors would close, preventing the lift from closing doors and going down at request of those who actually need the lift. He was absorbed so much in whatever was on his phone that he was oblivious to the fact that a train had arrived and people were waiting for the lift below. When he finally moved (after what was, I assume, an automated message), he simply took a step forward. Not out of the way or anything, just enough for the doors to close, meaning people had to squeeze around him (while he was still looking down at his phone oblivious to everything else) to actually get out.
These types of people really boil my blood, and I assume a lot of other people's blood too. Will it hurt to get off your phone for TEN BLOODY SECONDS?!?