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Condensation

Condensation

When the temperature drops, the library windows steam up.

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Restroom Closed

Restroom Closed

Seen at the front entrance to the library.

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Mountain Climbing

Stairs

They removed the ancient escalators that kept breaking down and replaced them with a whole bunch of stairs. This is actually a huge improvement, because every time the escalators were out of order, that entire entrance/exit had to be closed off, which limited access to the department I work in.

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THINGS! IN! BAGS!

THINGS!  IN!  BAGS!

It’s baaaaaaack! (One in an irregularly updated series.)

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Kitchen Staff Only

If you thought discipline was harsh at your job.

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Things! In! Bags!

Things!  In!  Bags!
One in an ongoing series.

Our drinking fountain has been broken for months. They finally fixed it a week or two ago, but today it was covered with the university’s standard “out of order” trash bag.

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Help Is On the Way

Help Is On the Way

A little motivational message from the elevator.

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Game Changer

That may not look exciting, but free tampons at the main university library? That’s kind of a big deal if you’re a ladyperson. I don’t know if this is going to be a campus-wide thing or library system-wide, or if it’s only being instituted at the main library, but it’s kind of amazing.

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Exterminate!

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Happy Monday! #work #exterminate

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Every cubicle should have a Dalek.

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NACO Training

NACO Training

I’m learning how to create name authority records, at work. As the person teaching the class warned, the material is “excruciatingly dense.” Tomorrow we’re covering corporate bodies, which actually sounds kind of interesting to me, since I used to catalog gov docs.

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