Thursday, December 15, 2005

In the Afternoon:

The adult woman says "I just got a kitty and I need books on kitties. Not cats. Kitties."
That mother needs a lasso.
Computer workshop signup.
A book of old corns? ... Oh, coins!
If these walls could talk.
Kwanzaa and Hannukah videos.
It gets way too busy.
Lots of noise from a group of girls who wear the exact same shade of pink.

In the Afternoon:
Music careers.
National treasure and Librarian: quest for the spear.
Printer advice. Lots of printer advice.
Al Capone.
The adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D.
Knights of the zodiac, vols. 5-7.
Shut up!
Adult literacy materials.
What happened on November 18.
Can I help you. "No, sorry. I just burped."
5th grade books.
Sorry, sir, I don't think we have any Christmas jobs for 15-16 year-olds. And I don't know how to make business cards, either.
Get it in writing, by Brian McPherson.
Elvis in encyclopedias.
Pancho Villa.
A zipcode in Spokane.
Kids are throwing snowballs outside. Call the police.
Mandarin Chinese.
Ancient latin-american civilizations.
How to do an outline.
Cómo pelear con sus seres queridos, by Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez, and My bloody life, by Reymundo Sanchez.
I fix a debit card using my sneaky trick of sticking it in every cardreader we have.
Printer advice.
Sorry, ma'am. This disk is empty.
Once a king, always a king, by Reymundo Sanchez.
What a week this has been ...