SUBWAYblogger has observed that there are two types of subway riders:
People who wait at the edge of the platform and people that stand against the wall.
We’ve all seen them. There’s the people that always need to stand on the bright yellow part of the platform…right at the edge. They are always looking down the tracks to see if the train is coming as if they could get it here faster with their mind powers.
Then there’s the people that always stand to the back or lean against the wall because I like to casually read the Times while I sweat my ass off too.
We could even get into the people that always stand near the front of the train versus those that always go to the back.
What does this say about a rider? SUBWAYblogger’s completely accurate yet shockingly unscientific reseach shows that people on the front edge of the platform are always high strung individuals. They are the ones that always walk in 5 minutes after the board meeting has begun. This is why they are always looking down the tracks in a panic.
The back of the platform people are either hippies who could give a crap if they are on time OR they are the CEO running that board meeting. He/she could care less. If they get to the meeting on time because who’s gonna argue?
Front or back of the train? You be the judge.
SUBWAYblogger is a front edge / front car rider. (Assume what you will) 🙂
Live from the subway, back to you in studio…