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The Evolution of Comfort and Antses in Tim's Breakfast Summary

"The Evolution of Comfort": Rawlings describes her rustic plumbing, complete with outside shower, and her determination to build an indoor bathroom. She speaks sentimentally of her grandfather's outhouse, which was lined with pictures of queens. Her own outhouse has no door, and her uncle devises a system with a flag so others can know when the outhouse is occupied. Her outdoor shower is cold and not private; she resolves on a Christmas day of thirty-eight degrees that she will build an indoor bathroom.

Rawlings' carpenter friend Moe tries to make a deal for a toilet with someone whose ownership of it is dubious. When her new bathroom is done, Rawlings gives a a formal bathroom-opening party. She eventually installs a second bathroom, also built by Moe Sykes...

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