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(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   Libraries are the new hot spots for bedbugs to infest. It kind of makes you think twice about having sex in one of the back aisles   ( startribune.com) divider line
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2012-12-26 10:30:16 AM  
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LouDobbsAwaaaay: Good thing libraries are almost entirely obsolete.

Whoa whoa whoa right there funny man. My kids, and many other parents use the library as an *invaluable* resource to browse books for their kids. In addition to just sitting down and reading with them, there is little better than watching the kids walk through the library looking for a book they might be interested in.

My child now has a kindle and reads from it, but still visits and checks out e-books from the library.

Public libraries will likely never be obsolete. They may not always have stacks and stacks of paper bound books, but they will always be needed.
2012-12-26 10:29:44 AM  
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This has nothing at all to do with the urban outdoorsmen camping out inside the libraries during the day, right?

My local library system banned smoking not just inside but everywhere on their properties. Interesting how you don't see as many people hanging out there anymore.
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