It isn’t very often I get a response to my blog.

Most of the time, it’s just something I write while sitting at my desk. I very rarely know who is reading, or what they think about it.

Yesterday’s post, “Fill the ice trays!!!!!“got some response.

In fact, I had a lady come up to my desk a few minutes ago and tell me she wanted to respond to it.

Apparently, the issue runs deeper than just ice trays.

The problem runs all the way to the bathroom.

Now, I can’t verify this for obvious reasons.

But apparently, Daily Globe workers have an issue filling paper towels and toilet paper, as well.

And the reason I can’t verify this? It’s in the women’s bathroom.

I won’t lie, I have been in the women’s bathrooms here at the office — we have two for some reason. And we only have one mens restroom. Maybe that’s because of the ridiculous ratio of women to men at the Globe.

But I digress.

The issue in the women’s bathrooms is that people won’t take the time to fix the issues with the tissues.

I wonder who wouldn’t have the courtesy to change the toilet paper.

To me, this is a much bigger issue than ice cubes.

You can get by just fine without ice cubes.

Toilet paper, on the other hand, is an entirely different story.