When I read a 20-paragraph article called "Beware of the Tinkler," I knew the author meant business. Sarah Kogan works for O, The Oprah Magazine and spends her free time fantasizing about smartly tracking down the office tinkler — you know, the person who leaves droplets on the seat to greet you as the next customer. While I've had my fair share of frustration over office tinklers, I've never had the drive to sit down and write a whole story about my desire to rid the tinkler of her title. Maybe it's one woman, maybe a few, but no matter how many are acting without courtesy it really is something we all could do without. So, tell me, do your co-workers have anything in common with Oprah's tinkler employee?