I work in a building that is patrolled by security 24/7. It’s deliberately nondescript so that the bad guys won’t know what’s in there (hi, bad guys! nothing to see here!) (really, there’s not).
To get in or out, employees have to scan their ID badge, then file through automated revolving doors that only admit one person at a time. Each door is marked “Do not push door,” on each of the panels so that people will not get confused about the concept and think that they can push their way through like a real revolving door.
At each entrance, one and only one of these signs has been altered to read “Do not push doo.” That’s where my question comes in. How did this happen to just one sign in each location? Is it vandalism, just with really lazy vandals? And, since only employees ought to be there, why is my employer hiring people who are lazy AND prone to destruction of property (and pretty childish – I mean, poop humor, people, really?)? Is it normal wear and tear, but somehow the action of the doors is uneven to the extent that only one “r” out of all those letters was vulnerable?