A polite librarian is a good librarian.
Half our staff reads those. This worries me
As a librarian AND a true-crime reader, I am just shaking my head at this.
You weren't supposed to let every body else know this! Does this mean I get to quit reading Ann Rule books to throw suspicion elsewhere? Dang it!
yikes. wonder what ordering all three of Rob Zombie's horror films and The Anarchist Cookbook says about me....oh yah, that I'm the Acquisitions Librarian.:)
But reading these true crime books makes the day go faster....heh heh heh....
Dear Polite Librarian: If one has used up one's supply of mace on the patron who asked if one would like to "get a gander at Mr. One-Eyed Tiddywinkles," is it acceptable to simply stab the assumed potential serial killer patron in the ear with one's pencil stub? (I am new to the library field and do not wish to alienate either my bosses or my customer base with my neophyte gaucheness. Thank you in advance for your help.)
Uh oh, I could be in trouble. Have you though about squirting cheap champagne instead of mace or pepper spray?
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