Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Imagine you're out in a public facility, and have the need to use the restroom. Bear in mind that this particular restroom is exceptionally clean and well maintained.
You enter the restroom and discover that there is a window, and the window is open.
The window is high up on the wall, but faces out on a courtyard that is, also, used as a smoking area. The main meeting area is a fair distance from the window itself, but there's usually people scattered throughout the courtyard.
There are no weather conditions which would make the closing of the window ideal. In fact, it's just about perfect outside and the window is letting in some nice, fresh air.
Do you close the window before conducting your, uh, personal business?