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the librarians Know Nothing imlad Send a noteboard - 04/08/2011 01:24:33 AM
I mean, sometimes the places they put some books just does not make sense. The Baroque Cycle in the fantasy and science fiction section? Whitley Streiber's (autobiographical, if he can be believed) "Communion" in the SF section when it clearly says all over the book that it is not fiction?

Librarians know nothing.

Technically speaking, anyways. I think labelling is always subjective, but try telling the librarians that :P
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