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/me gives a thumbs-up to all of the above.
It's not exactly the players' fault that they are inconsiderate sods. And to be realistic, it's not that many that are. It's just that if you have one such player at a table of 7 (including GM) that player is who you're going to remember.
The reality is it's the fault of ones who have taught these inconsiderate folks that they are the center of the universe, and need not concern themselves with the petty and insignificant needs and desires of others ...
- ♪♫ ... we know exactly who's ... to ... blame!
The mother and the father! ♫♫♫♪
Willy Wonka. Timeless :)
(of course, now I'll have the damn Oompa Loompa song stuck in my head all day long. Coding to Oompa Loompas. Seems kind of fitting, actually)
Seriously though, call it Wheaton's Law or simple common courtesy, virtually all of this stuff is obvious to anyone who bothers to think of other people.
Of course, we're all preaching to the choir here, I think ....