I’m in my car at the terminal, waiting to board the ferry. There are 15 cars waiting. The ferry can hold 15 cars. The deckhand comes out and tells the cars to reorganize. “We’re not doing first come first up anymore – today we’re boarding day-trippers first.” I’m puzzled – why this bother? Why are they troubling to rearrange the cars, when in any case there’s room for everyone to board? Are they fussing about priority because they’re reducing the ferry capacity, and preparing to leave some cars behind?
- New York
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