I was in an elevator; I opened the emergency phone box (because what else is there to do in an elevator?); what I saw's above.
So my question is: What was the car salesman who left his card inside this elevator phone box thinking? Right after people who are stuck in elevators have desperately phoned for help, the next thing on their mind is usually buying a new car? People stuck in elevators are ready to deal? Phones and cards with phone numbers on them shouldn't be apart? That maybe the guy who services the phone might give him a call, so that the two of them can then go out and pal around a little?
A car salesmen purposefully left his card next to this phone, and then closed the door hiding the phone back up again. You guys are all smart. Whaddayou think the thinking was here?
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