clogging the internet since 2006.
When I was working for a bank's loan department in downtown Seattle a few years ago, I discovered that the glass-walled chamber around the elevator could be entered by turning a doorknob, and understandably you couldn't get the elevator to change floors without a key card, but to my shock the keylock was on the inside of that glass chamber -- you couldn't get OUT and back into the office you just came from. And you guessed it, my temp badge didn't work for the elevator. Or the chamber's keylock.My wife is a BA II for a large library system, and she absolutely loves your strip... "it's so TRUE!!" she says. Keep up the good work!
Very neat strip (Overdue Media follower here). I'm just concerned about that window in the door into the toilet :P
Good job! So inspirational! I used to cartoon when I worked in a law firm and it was soooo therapeutic.
I just wandered over from Unshelved and I've enjoyed the comics that you have up. I'll definitely be sticking around to read more.I don't work in a library but I feel as though I have one with all my books and I'm in my local library frequently. Fun reading!
good to know the crazies are everywhere, not just in retail. i've been chronicling my "adventures" for a couple of months at Discount City.Keep up the awesome work; I'll be reading.Corvin
I finally sat down and did a small cartoon. Thanks for the inspiration. I enjoy reading your cartoons. Stick figures are sooo expressive, aren't they?http://staff-developomendo.blogspot.com/2006/12/shelfmonkeys.html
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