Hey guys, gunna go to my local library today and get a card.
I go there afew times a week and hang out to read, I always say hello to the people working there but I have yet to get a card.
Any tips on how to go about doing this?
What book should I check out first to make a good impression?
On my reading list I have "A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man" by Joyce, but Im scared that will make me look like a pretentious tryhard
>implying i give a shit what a librarian making 20k a year thinks
>implying your MLS is relevant
>implying you aren't just a glorified cashier
>implying your job isn't being replaced by self-checkout machines
now shut up and scan my books
It requires a 4 year degree and a 2 year training program you uneducated plebeian
The assistants can be kids who are in school or whatever, but a Librarian requires 6 years of school total
The majority of the best writers in history were aristocratic and wealthy as fuck. It's a lot easier to focus on art and literature when you aren't busy wagekeking it up and worrying about going homeless :)
But no tell me more about your 6 years of library school and how that has contributed to your /literary lifestyle/
>using literary lifestyle unironically
Sure got reddit in here
Still waiting buddy, name three good authors from "aristocratic" backgrounds
>The Beatles are good because they influenced a lot of bands
lol, nice meme kid, now end your life
Negative. Poor people care more about money because it actually matters to them where their next meal is coming from. The kids of rich people are the ones who don't care because they never had to learn the value of it. 2/10 bait.
Uhm I think he said the opposite of what you think he said, or else you're saying something different from what I think you're saying.
He's saying poor people actually care a lot about money but pretend/are in denial about it/shitpost about it on 4chan, which is what you're saying ("poor people care more about money because it actually matters to them") as well.