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Former library worker accused of stealing $1.3 million in printer toner over 12-year period

A former library employee in Texas has been accused of fraudulently purchasing, stealing and then selling printer toner while on the job. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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The Urge To Use The Restroom When Inside A Library Or Bookstore Is Real

The urge to suddenly use the restroom when shopping in a bookstore is called the Mariko Aoki phenomenon.
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Library Book Returned 43 Years to the Day It Was Due

An overdue book was returned this week to the Monroeville Public Library 43 years to the day it was borrowed, according to a post the library made on its official Facebook page.
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Library Chrome Extension Alerts You If A Book You Are About To Buy Is Available For Check Out For Free

Why buy books when you can check them out for free at the local library? Well conveyance is one of the reasons people spend cash for something they can get for free. Mainly is the convenience of finding the book instantly on a website your comfortable navigating. So you might want to add Library...
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Library Offers Adulting 101 Classes To Help Young Adults Learn Basic Skills

As a child, your parents help prepare you to be an adult but it's only when you become an adult that you realize being an adult isn’t easy . Enter Oregon's North Bend Public Library new program, Adultung 101. The classes are geared towards helping people become functioning adults without having to...
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Guy Gives Friend His Pants To Take College Exam

If there's an award for the best friend in the world, 18 year old Andrew Nguyen would certainly be in the running. Wednesday, he and his friend Diana Le were both studying the University of Texas at Arlington library. While Andrew was studying for his next class, Diana was cramming for an exam she...
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