Crazy, abusive patrons. They don’t tell you about the crazy abusive, crotchety old patrons. In Spokane. And that’s all I am going to say about that.Read More Things they don’t teach you in library school, part 2.
Have you seen this film, “The Hunting of the President?” I checked it out from the library yesterday and watched it last night. It’s a documentary (from 2003) that is based on the Joe Conason book of the same name. It’s about the Conservative’s attempt to discredit the Clinton presidency during the nineties. I remember […]Read More The Hunting of the President
This is an excellent statement given by Harry Reid for the Center for American Progress. I especially liked this quote: I was reminded of another lesson from college, this one taken from George Orwell and his book, 1984. In that book, Orwell spoke of “doublespeak” – naming something just the opposite, in order to cover […]Read More Go Harry!
Well, being that my hubby and I don’t watch sports of any kind at all (even if we were watching television) I had no idea what all of the hubbub was about as I was going on my errands. Everyone was updating everyone, everywhere, on some score of some game. Whatever. Well, my mom calls […]Read More Seahawks go to the Superbowl!
Just north of Spokane you will find this historical site called Indian Painted Rocks. They are ancient paintings created by the indigenous people of the area, I’m not sure how long ago.Read More Indian Painted Rocks