I'm told that there are a lot of illegal mods for X-Boxes so I made that the pinnacle of nefarious purposes. But I'm really not sure what the deal is with public bathroom stalls having those screws that can be tightened but not loosened. Is that to prevent blatant destruction of property with common hand tools or to prevent juvenile pranks where the walls fall down on cue? I made it the middle ground because I just don't know. I found an online store selling screwdrivers to remove those one-way screws but the picture showed them with a rubber cap on the end so I can't see what they actually look like. There was a warning that they are only for removing, not installing the screws. I want to know how they work!
Weird segue -- how do I educate the managers of establishments with public bathrooms in the workings of a floor drain? Maybe I should go to Vistaprint and get a pack of preprinted post-it notes to stick to the mirror.
Dear Management: There's a curve in the drain pipe down under the floor -- a trap -- and you have to keep water in it. That stench in your bathroom is the sewer. Pour water in that hole in the floor. Thank you.