Who’s got a mop?
I claim to hate internet lists. I really do. Here I am, posting one….
Maybe it’s a little weird that I get giddy at the sight of book spines published by Penguin.
It’s not an opinion on the Penguin Group or what they publish. It’s just that familiarity breeds comfort.
An actual quote from the linked story:
McDonald asked if everyone had read the book, stating, “It was a hard read.”
Mason said, “I didn’t find any literary value.” He also objected to the language in the book. “I’m for not allowing it to be available.”
Not all library visitors have been two-legged humans. In the
The University of Nevada-Las Vegas library used to have some wild patrons in the days of Tumbleweed Tech…..
I haven’t posted anything on here in many moons. I feel like I must force myself to post something for its own sake, to grease the wheels. This is not library or baseball related. Just some grease.
In any case, “The Gonk”, written by Herbert Chappell in 1965 and most famously used in the end credits to both “Dawn of the Dead” and “Robot Chicken”, makes for a great Monday morning song. It has that “go get ‘em, champ!” vibe that one requires to start the work week. And, as a song used in a zombie movie, what are we but zombies on a Monday morning? So Gonk it up and go get ‘em!
Did you catch that?
One thing they don’t tell you about in library school is that if you’re ever going to work the reference desk of a public library, you better know how to troubleshoot printers, scanners, and copy machines.
Maybe library school needs a printers, scanners, and copy machines class…..