Does "first come first served" win every dispute?
like when you are in a food shop qeue and people go straight to the front to demand a spoon or something, should you make them line up at the back or when you get into a elevator first and you select floor 32, and other people pile in and try to select lower floors, and you tell them "first come first served - thats me!, please wait until the next one". Does everyone understand this or just a few "special" people that don't??
- susanLv 74 weeks ago
No. In a public elevator, it's common accepted practice that everyone aboard pushes the button for the floor they want when they enter the elevator, and when the elevator arrives at that floor, it's going to stop there. The only privilege the first passenger has is to determine which direction the elevator will move in (up or down.)
- PearlLv 74 weeks ago
it should do that