This is great.J.W.

Weigl

It’s not what you know, it’s who you know or so they tell me.  At the same time, geography it has been said determines more in our lives than any other factor other than birth.  That prior useful adage was assembled by me after several unsuccessful visits to ill-placed, unsanitary, and overpopulated restrooms.  I’m big on bathrooms because I drink a lot of water.  Bathrooms are a big part of my day.  I spend as much time figuring out where the next successful bathroom visit will occur than on any other arbitrary activity.  You may be asking yourself two questions at this point, both of which are legitimate: one; what does a successful bathroom visit entail and two; what does a bathroom and its’ occupants tell you about anything?  The answers are different for each visitor, but for many a bathroom visit is more routine than anything else.  People go…

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