My friend had this happen today! There is a pocket in in the door of the Ford Transit van that looks like it is MADE for cell phones (it otherwise does not appear to have any purpose). Yes there was a little sticker that looked like a no smoking sticker... My friend thought that was what it was. I saw it and thought it was pointing out the cell phone pocket, but since I wasn't driving, I wanted to use my cell phone. My friend put the phone in the pocket and closed the door... This video (not ours) demonstrates what happened.
Why YSK: If you rent a Transit van to move items, pay attention to the pockets and don't put your cell phone in the pocket in the door that looks like it is for phones or it will get broken.
edit to add TLDR (written by sleauxbreaux42):
THE POCKET IS PLACED IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE DASHBOARD WILL CRUSH YOUR CELL PHONE WHEN THE DRIVER DOOR IS CLOSED.
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Rosa Parks didn't get shot for BIPOCs to have to stand on the bus.
Elementary, Gossip Girl, even Law & Order to some extent all do the same thing, where they act like they don't know what a pain in the ass it is to get around NYC. They show up to a place for 10 minutes, and then head out and immediately show up to the next one.
The most egregious example is the Thanksgiving episode in Season 1 of Gossip Girl. On the day of Thanksgiving, in New York City, these children travel from Williamsburg to the UES multiple times in a day.
Just once, I would like a show that shows what a pain in the ass it is to get around the city. Have the Law & Order detectives sitting in traffic while they try to get through Manhattan at rush hour. Show people changing trains 3 times and waiting on the platforms. Make an episode, where instead of everyone showing up to a location for 5 minutes, we only see when they are leaving, and watch them navigate around while recapping the 5 min conversation they just had and their next plans.
This is the type of thing housing advocates need to show support for. Someone with a proposed development next to them will always fight against it even if it is a great plan. If all the local council hears is the homeowners saying it is a bad idea then they might vote against it.
Replacing two homes with 28 new homes should be considered a great idea in an area with public transit. With the current housing crisis we need a way to support densification locally and encourage councillors to vote for anything that will diversify housing options.