why did they do that?
Trying to start something up here .... seems like every once-in-awhile I see something and wonder "why did they do that?"
For example, bathroom stalls: I've noticed that, in almost every situation, the screws used to attach the sliding locks are the type that cannot be removed. And, since the locks NEVER seem to align properly to actually slide them to lock, why don't they use screws that you can remove? That way, the lock parts could be removed and reinstalled in proper alignment later... Hummmmm And how come the locks are usually misaligned anyway? It almost seems purposeful ....
Have any other *wonders*?