The thing about most people with sarcoidosis is the fact we all mostly have suppressed immune systems due to our medications. I hate riding elevators in flu season because inevitably some sneezy person always gets on.

I came across this on the Internet the other day and I don’t know if it does work, but next time I get on an elevator alone, I am definitely going to try this.

  1. Hold the “CLOSE” button until the door closes
  2. Keeping your finger pressed on the “CLOSE” button, press and hold the floor number until the elevator moves
  3. This will allow you to go to the floor without the elevator stopping

Supposedly this is used by police to get to floors faster and it is supposed to work on all elevators.

 

 

Written by Basil Rene

I maintain two separate blogs. One is LifeAsAnAnomaly.com where I discuss my life with sarcoidosis and the other is AChefTalksFood.blog, where as the name implies, I talk about food.

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      1. Ok. I figured it out. I was accessing your blog by clicking the link in my email. If I read your blog through my WordPress account’s “Reader,” I can “Like” your post. Does that make sense? 😁

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        1. If you are clicking on the link in your email then it should be taking you directly to the blog site itself and you should be able to “like” there. But who knows? WordPress can be moody at times. No worries.

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