clogging the internet since 2006.
I like the way you've change the title. Are you going to keep it that way? Your comic is very funny. I like it a lot!
*snicker* I've been part of that stampeded. Although to be fair, I made a beeline to the card catalog to find my book, not to the computers.
At my library, the rush is closer to the end of the day, and I always feel bad kicking people out, because I'm always at my school's library until the very last possible moment.Great comic. Like so many others, I came here via Unshelved.Another library comic you might find funny if you don't already read it is "Search and Research" by Eli Moody. http://search-and-research.blogspot.com/I've added yours to the list of library comics I check on a regular basis.-Angie
I had to print this out and put it in our Internetn sign-up binder. Our computer lab instructor then demanded her very own copy. I'm glad I came here (via Unshelved). This is a great "clog".
Nice work. I think this one is a future "classic."
OMG. I cackled at the reference desk when I saw it. My co-worker immediately demanded I print it out for the staff room bulletin board. We draw straws to see who has to be "greeter" each morning...it is hazardous duty. My thanks to the Marylaine Block via the librarianinblack. And to you, for catching the absurd waves in the quotidian libraryland tides.
Haha. This is so true. On the days I work mornings watching the crowd rush the internet computers makes it worth getting up so early. I especially love it when you're a minute over opening time and people start smothering the glass doors. Great comic.
as Homer says"It's funny because it's true"there can be an entire series just based on the first 10 minutes of opening and the last 10 minu....nevermind, I think maybe I want to take a stab at this!so yeah, this is great!!!
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