The staircase to McElroy/Eagle’s Nest is not a fun place to be right when class gets out. The construction has made it even worse than it used to be and I suppose the eventual cold weather will worsen the situation even further. While this is unavoidable, there are outside factors that create issues that should not exist in the first place.
While I was on my way to the Chocolate Bar, I encountered traffic on the staircase right outside the entrance to Eagle’s Nest. It was almost two in the afternoon so I surprised to see such a big crowd. But as I got closer, I saw what the issue was.
Two girls were conversing right in the middle of the staircase. This was not a simple hello to two people passing by. No, these young ladies were having a full-blown conversation, at the expense of the rest of the BC community. Judging by the looks on their faces, they had no problem with this.
Now, I’m not the kind of person who gives my friends the cold shoulder because it might disrupt the walking paths. But there is such a thing as common courtesy. These people had the option of moving over to the side, but they chose to block the door. So here we are.
It’s doubtful that these people will read this article. Such unintelligent barbarians do not frequent websites like this (they probably spend their time on like a little). While these two girls will take nothing from this story, I hope we all can learn from this case study. As Moses said to Pharaoh, let my people go.