DD-214 in hand and I'm gonna party like it's 1998
Same kinds of people who got confused by the arrows on those infamous butterfly ballots in the 2000 election or get tripped up by problem solving in everyday situations like four way stop signs...Directional arrows confuse 60% of the population, at least that is my observation over the past several months.
In their defense and given the present day situation, a lot of people are fearful of the future (their jobs, their homes, their families). Stress makes lots of people miss seemingly obvious things from their surroundings- even miss a simple, intuitive arrow, that humble symbol from the days of the caveman, passed down through generations and millenia.
I'm not too wrapped up about the arrows, I'm sorta part empathy (for my fellow human beings) and part amused fascination- pondering what it must be like to go through life as an idiot.