Friday, February 24, 2006

What's the Solution?

This is a true story. If you can think of a solution comment it and I'll post what they actually did in a few days.

There was a building in Manhatten that had 100 floors. The people who worked in the building were complaining about how long it took to get lifts to their floors every day. There were several complaints every day and so they decided that something had to be done...any ideas?

3 comments:

Rayd said...

perhaps just built lift complexes with many lifts so the waiting time would be significantly reduced?

Karen said...

They could have the first lot of lifts just servicing the first 50 floors with then a different lift sending people above the 50th floor and then the remaining 50 floors' lifts just servicing the top 50 floors with one going down to the bottom 50 floors.

Personally I think they should stop complaining at least they don't have to use the stairs!!

Katiepie said...

lol make them use the stairs for a day then they would appreciate the lifts ....