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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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“Graffiti is bad. Go play sports.”

The Man and I got Community season 5 from the library this past week and we’re so happy that it’s as good as the other seasons. We’re big fans. The blog post title comes from their take on G.I. Joe … Continue reading

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Atheist Scruples: weigh in if you have a cottage

Pulling another question from the 2nd edition of A Question of Scruples. Who wrote these questions? Your daughter and son-in-law avoided the cottage while their help was needed. Now the work is done, and they want to use it. Do … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party – “how old should you be to watch csi”

Did you know that the Saskatoon Public Library loans movies and TV shows on DVDs? Part of me thinks the place needs to advertise itself a whole lot better. I frequently run into people who have no idea free movies … Continue reading

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Readings from Challenged Works…

will happen at Frances Morrison Library in Saskatoon on Saturday afternoon at 2:00 pm in the Gallery. To celebrate Freedom to Read Week, local author George Khng, poet Mari-Lou Rowley and librarian Ann Foster will read parts from books that … Continue reading

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“I would imagine it’s a miracle”

I would imagine it’s a load of crap, but that’s not stopping patrons at a library in Ohio from insisting a Virgin Mary statue is weeping. The statue of Mother Mary crying inside Our Lady Queen of Reading religious lending … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party vol. 43

Getting back into the swing means looking at more search results to see what ultimately lures people in my direction. So, a small sampling since it’s been a few weeks since I last did this: how much should i pay … Continue reading

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Does the name Lord Sugar turn you on?

I can’t say it does much for me, but then I had to look up who he was. I’m not up on that kind of thing. And on the topic of up, it turns out his autobiography was recently used … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan Library Week ends on a sad note

Saskatoon Public Library has been running a fun campaign to get people interested in the library and what it has to offer. To do this, they designed a Power Grid people can print off, fill in, and take to any … Continue reading

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Saskatchewan Library Week is almost done

but there’s still a chance to win a Galaxy Cinema gift card worth $100 if you bring your completed (or at least attempted) Power Grid to any Saskatoon Public Library. Today’s cheats: Visit the Library‚Äôs art gallery and name one … Continue reading

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