See? They’re upside-down.
Or backwards, or something:
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It’s just not right.
I cry foul.
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Asians/Arabs read right to left?
(love your blog, long time lurker, first time poster)
Well, this white boy was confused, anyway…
I work there. It’s an ADA thing. There are two sets of buttons in the elevators. One the “normal” way and one the backwards way. Makes it so no matter how tall you are you can reach your floor.
Wow, I’m not looking to seeing more of this!
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