I want to take a minute to vent about a huge pet peeve of mine; people who use handicap facilities when they're not physically impaired. For example, our office building has a door that is both manually and mechanically operated. The door is a manual door but has a handicap button on the adjacent wall, which when pressed will mechanically open the door.
When mechanically opening (ie. using hydraulics) the door takes about 15 seconds to fully open, creating a bit of a traffic jam at the entrance as people have to wait for the doors to fully open before entering/exiting the building.
Let me say this before I lambast - the button is there to assist someone with a physical impairment. Any physical impairment is a valid reason to use mechanical assistance to open the door. I don't even mind if someone's hands are full because they're carrying boxes - it's okay to use the button.
Where I have an issue, is when every able-bodied/freehanded 20-30 something-year-old uses the handicap button as a permanent alternative to the door handle because they're too lazy to manually open the door. Have we seriously become so inconsiderate and lazy that we will actively delay ourselves, and others because the door handle requires too much effort?
I look at it this way - if you're cutting corners at the front door, where else are you cutting corners in your life? If you're physically capable, you should be using the door handle.