The sad thing is all of my co-workers are my age (40's) are older. None of them are in their teens. You'd think they would know better and have better etiquette than that. People talk about the younger generation having no manners but the old folks aren't doing much better.
It's like some of them forget that the workplace is shared space. It's not "their" microwave, "their" stapler, "their" fax machine. Some of that is common property and they have to allow for others to use it.
In the previous state jobs I've had, you didn't get to take your stapler, your tape dispenser, your scissors, etc with you when you moved on to another job. They were paid for by that section and belong to that workstation. At this job, however, people come in with nothing and take all their supplies with them when they go. We had a time when every six months we were getting a new person and we had to keep reordering supplies for them. I'm surprised the supervisor didn't put his foot down and tell them they couldn't take anything with them unless they brought it with them but he never did.