Editor Zak Koeske email@example.com
1:09 pm on Monday, March 26, 2012
Thanks TP, whoever you are.
6:27 am on Monday, March 12, 2012
Thanks and yes the cookie who disrespected my family name continuously pissed me off....i have no respect for people who post and post their comments but never do anything in the real world but that is over....as for the role of the library many of the out of work people are older and have limited computer skills, they need the coaching and assistance of librarians, and most libraries have computers which was a grant of MR Gates when he matched the number a town bought, as you also may not realize some people who have been out of work a long time do not have internet as that too is something that must be paid for and the library offers the access to the very system that is according to cookie going to make them disappear, each town has its own issues but i know for sure in almost every town there are large budget items that go untouched because of their political clout, when the library ceases we will move our meetings but for now we are clearly defending our partner not only for us but for all the other groups and people seniors, preschool, students, ESL and many other groups who depend on its existance..
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