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Library humour

of the typical kind: (source: Questionable Content) Just the right mix of cute and self-deprecation…

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I’m not quite that desperate for comments…

I got the picture out of my Facebook feed. It’s from a website that just uploads pictures without crediting artists, sadly. I recognize the artwork but can’t make out the signature in the bottom right and don’t know the name … Continue reading

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Instead of doing something useful…

I find this: see more Historic LOL

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Was reminded last night..

about Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. I hadn’t forgotten it existed, but it had been a while since I checked out the site. Today’s comic had me snickering pretty hard, I must admit: And while hunting around for another comic strip … Continue reading

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Freedom to Read Week: why we fight for the right to read

I’m quoting from an article that ran last February in the Queen’s University paper. The Library Communications Manager for Staufer Library, I’m guessing, had this to say about the need for events that highlight the issues surrounding censorship. ‚ÄúSometimes the … Continue reading

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I don’t feel like writing today

Have a comic. see more So Much Pun

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And no, I did not forget it was Talk Like a Pirate Day

Have some Savage Chickens. What is the sign for “Arrrr” anyway?

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Christmas in July? Why not?

I don’t want to wait until December when I can laugh at this now.

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Not quite the Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereals I remember…

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And why doesn’t the teacher get HIS head examined?

The following post requires a warning label (but not about its length): A student was suspended from school recently on account of an art project. The student happens to be eight years old. A Taunton father is outraged after his … Continue reading

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