January 9, 2011

Transient Library

During a recent excursion to the public library, I noticed the aisles of books were completely devoid of library patrons. The only person who kept trying to squeeze around me, as I texted my friend and judged books by their covers, was a teenager trying to reshelve romance novels and Dan Brown books.

As I looked around, I realized all of the people were sitting at the rows of computers. However, most of these people were loud teenagers and hobos.

I'm not quite sure why hobos were using computers. What are they looking up? Their stock in the housing market? Doubtful.

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