When you are on the train, you have a social responsibility. Play your game, or listen to your iPod, or read your paper but if what you are doing is taking up space (arms pushed out, paper flapping in someone's face) or disturbing someone, during rush hour, then you are selfish to the 10th degree. There are people who think they are in their living room; no, it is rush hour and space is at a premium to say the least. But you have the people who cling the corner and won't budge; you know the type, their eyes are closed and/or listening to music, and when the doors open, they don't move,...you have to move. But this is THEIR SPACE and by God, they will not give it up.
And, if you want someone to lower their music or move out of the doors, tell them in low voice and say sorry. Really no need for you to apologize but hell, why not? They just might move!
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