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Post Number: 3661
|Posted on Saturday, February 17, 2007 - 11:01 am: |
Dude, every use for which you mention the library could be used is provided by other sources
(Only in your mind. How about one. Meeting people FACE to FACE?)
You must not really enjoy reading. For me there are no greater joys (though some that come close) to walking through a library, scanning scores and hundreds of titles all right there, and dozens of magazine covers and newspapers, and being able to reach out right there and get it right in my hand.
You cannot do this online, chum.
You got films in the library. You got CDs in the library. RIGHT THERE and you ain't got to order them from Amazon or anything and you can return them if you don't like them.
And you got real people you can stand there and talk to face to face.
Tomorrow I am going to attend a lecture in a library. Not in no chat room. Face to face. With refreshements and a little tour around at the same time.
Get off these machines and go out in the real world before you turn into a cabbage.
I should clarify myself, while I have not stepped into a Library to borrow a book in years; I often go into libraries for events, readings, and other cultural activies
(And you walk straight in and out without even looking at any books, magazines, newspapers, films, CDs--right?
COME ON, man!
I guess now they won't have to put something in a book to hide it from a Negro
THEY WILL BE ABLE TO HIDE IT IN A WHOLE BUILDING!
Troy Johnson hates libraries. I haven't felt this way since I found out there wasn't no Santy Clause!