(Sorry that this is a day late; Blogger was down for most of last night and this morning...)
Not much time for a post today, but I had to pass along this quick anecdote from one of my schools. It seems that someone at this school started a campaign to get people to wash their hands after using the bathroom. (This is a good thing, as far as I'm concerned; watching someone leave the bathroom--especially the stalls--without washing always triggers the "eww" reflex in me, and I'd never skip this task myself, especially at school, since I may have to adjust someone's reed during a lesson. I've even been known to carry around those little towelettes that you get from chicken-wing restaurants if I know that a certain school won't have soap in its facilities.)
As part of this campaign, signs were posted everywhere: on the walls, above the sinks, on the paper towel dispenser....in the urinals. That's right, there were signs in the urinals, practically blocking the bowl in one case. I guess that's one way to get people to be sure and wash up--rig it so they actually pee on their hands in the course of doing business. Again I say, "eww."
(And I'd hate to be the custodian who had to remove those signs at campaign's end...)