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itscalledfashionlookitup:

When people compare the greatness that is The Simpsons to other animated shows like Family Guy it makes me want to set myself on fire

This makes me think that maybe my parents overreacted a *tiny* bit in never letting us watch the Simpsons to the point where I feel ill if it’s on tv even today, at the age of 25. 

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ebookfriendly:

Things to take on holidays:-) http://ebks.to/1lrExgm
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deadstaplers:

The folks at Swingline found my Tumblr and sent me a care package.

This is genius marketing right here.

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"Read what you want."

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As librarians, we will never judge you.  We would never judge you.  We sideeye those who do.

In response to THAT article, and in solidarity with the sentiments over here (at the New Republic) and over here (with NSFW language, a bit, at Jezebel).

(via healthscireflib)

I don’t give a shit what you read!  Erotica?  I’ll get it for you.  Obscure manga?  OCLC to the rescue.  That one book with the blue cover and the thingy?  I will go down a black research hole for you and then I will put a hold on it.

LIBRARIANS HAVE NO SHAME.  WE DON’T CARE.

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marioncolibraries:

Baby got stacks!

Saw a photo like this of a bookstore and we had to make our own.

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The Reviews for The Fault in Our Stars Are Flooding In

fishingboatproceeds:

…and they are by and large amazing.

"The Fault in Our Stars is nearly flawless. The movie is well-written, well-acted, acerbic, funny and wisely observed. Fans of the book will be glad to hear it is faithful to Green’s tale." -USA Today

"A wise, warm, funny and touching romantic drama. The…

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iworkatapubliclibrary:

Patron [holding up a graphic novel of The Walking Dead]: "How do you tell if something is fiction or non-fiction?" 

Me: “Are you wondering about the book you have there?”

Patron: “Yes.”

Me: “Well, that’s a graphic novel that I’m familiar with. It’s fiction.” 

Patron: “So none of it is true?”

Me: “No sir.” 
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