This morning on the train, I witnessed a young man run towards the train and stick his arm in between the closing doors to prevent the train from leaving the station. A "good samaritan" helped him to pry the doors partially open until the conductor finally opened the doors to let him in. Now, I realize this must be a daily occurence throughout the NYC subway system, however, to my amazement, I noticed there were no expression from my fellow riders while this was going on. No one cared! Everyone was going about their business, nor even gave the young man a dirty look for delaying their day another minute or two. Would their expressions change if the train started to move?