Pop quiz: “What happens after one crazy night of sex, blood, and rock ‘n roll?”
If you guessed A, congratulations, these books were written just for you!
Oh man. And here all this time I just thought it was called “being unemployed.”
On Wednesday, Gray sent a terse letter to the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) that deemed all local government employees—including librarians—“essential” personnel, putting them in the same category as police officers, firefighters, and teachers. That means they would be exempted from a government shutdown, and allowed to report to work and serve their patrons as usual.
The only man with common sense in Washington.
Since they’re staying open, can we have all the congressmen and women stop by D.C.’s libraries and peruse a few tomes on good governance, political theory, and modern American politics?Source: addtoany.com
We’re putting security cases on all the CDs on hold now, even the ones that don’t usually get cases.
Wouldn’t be the first illogical thing we’ve done here."
I don’t understand why librarians sometimes run around in the building. Is there a book emergency?— Catherine Odson (@ms_codson) September 11, 2013
Found this children’s picture book today called Pizza Kittens. It basically changed my perspective on life.
Two kittens want pizza for dinner. The parent cats are all, “No, pizza is detrimental to our family values; we must eat a healthy meal of peas around a table!” (Because cats eat peas. And/or pizza. But bear with me.)
The (highly inept yet bipedal) parent cats manage to spill, smash, or otherwise ruin every healthy dish they’ve cooked up for the young ‘uns, and the family supper becomes a table full of messes. In the end, the kittens finally get to enjoy their pizza because, hell, it’s late and the parents could give two f*#ks at this point.
Moral of the story: Just go with pizza from the start. Especially if you’re a kitten.