I’ve a stack of books this high waiting to be added to catalogue. And another stack, three or four times as high, which is not only in danger of falling over and killing the entire world, but has to be changed from general lending to reserve. And a lot of what is on reserve has to be put in general lending. So I’m a little busy. And yet online and blogging. But I am not at fault cause the catalogue keeps timing out. So I’m giving it a little break while I blog, and will get back to it in a mo’. In the meantime we have a pointless quiz-type-thing:
You Are: 50% Dog, 50% Cat
You are a nice blend of cat and dog.
You’re playful but not too needy. And you’re friendly but careful.
And while you have your moody moments, you’re too happy to stay upset for long.
And, sure while I’m here, did you know that everyone really does want to be Irish:
Applications from UK-born citizens for Irish passports have more than doubled in the past year … [this follows] confirmation last month that applications for Irish passports by US citizens have tripled in the five years since the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington … Several US websites extol the virtues of travelling on Irish passports pointing out that the republic’s long-established neutrality is a better guarantee of safety. “With an Irish passport you are at lower risk when travelling in areas of the world that are hostile to Americans,” explains ancestry.com. “Terrorists are far less likely to kidnap or attack an Irish citizen than an American.”