queues revisited

I was tempted to put up this picture. The queues don’t change much even in the rain. (I posted my reflection on the bus queues some time back).

 

 

the queue

I was tempted to put up this picture. The queues don’t change much even in the rain. (I posted my reflection on the bus queues some time back).

I find it intriguing that people prioritise personal space over protecting themselves from the rain :). A contrast to what I am used to.

FYI, It is raining in Helsinki since yesterday and the temperature is around 10 degrees. Ofcourse, in defiance of nature, I still don’t wear any warm clothing. This is all the summer I get in here and I am not letting it go. Aaargh!

One thought on “queues revisited”

  1. This is seriously hillarious. If this were that other country we’ve heard so much about, the people waiting for the bus would have built a medium-sized township around the bus shelter, complete with free electricity, internet and satellite dish, and also created a large social-entrepreneurship-based economy with all 15 of those commuters as equal partners in the IPO that they would launch around the gamification-based-idea of betting on how many months late the next bus was going to be, while they waited.

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