SO just a quick survey, my friends. Just because I'm curious.
Here's the scenario:
One day, you're in your local library when the fire alarms start blaring. Library staff directs everyone, both over the intercom and makes the rounds personally, to evacuate the building through the front entrance. At this point, you:
A: Smile at the nice librarian, but continue checking out your selected books and DVDs at the self-charge machine.
B: Continue up to the circulation desk to argue your 20 cent library fine. (And look around like you can't figure out why no one is at the desk.)
C: Plant yourself firmly in front of your laptop, waiting for whatever it is you were pulling up to finish downloading, until a usually very mild-mannered librarian has to yell at you to "Get Out Now!!"
Or D: Exit the building, because...well, duh.
Again...just curious. Because YES, in my library yesterday, A, B, and C actually happened.
Luckily for them, the building turned out NOT to be on fire. But still.