Sunday, June 11, 2006

Public libraries: so much more than internet porn

So the enduringly awesome Pam and Glark have decided to step up their plans to achieve world domination through charitable contributions, and have thus arrived at the Dewey Donation System, the next evolutionary leap in book drives. Dewey's kicking things off with a drive for the Harrison County (Mississippi) library sytem that saw significant hurricane damage last year. So if you're feeling charitable or bookish or both, please consider making a donation. Public libraries have it tough enough without God fucking with them like with Katrina, and every bit helps. Thanks!

4 comments:

Sticky Keys said...

What the H kind of public libraries do y'all have? Are you sure you didn't mean "your basement"? No? Man, I need to go to the library more often.

Tipsy McSwiggans said...

Next week on The View: Ann Coulter rages against charitable organizations, hurricane victims, libraries and the literate.

Sticky Keys said...

Don't forget the library porn! And librarians in general.

wolfchick said...

Oh come ON. You know full well that the Liberal Media will not allow any upstanding, God-fearing person to speak out against charitable organizations without villifying said person for speaking the truth that these "charities" prey on people's sympathies in order to provide minimal assistance to "victims" who, in the case of hurricanes, should've known better than to rely on the government to save them. What is the National Guard for anyway? Pulling stranded people out of flood waters? No, they need to stand on the Mexican border to ensure this country, founded in immigration, is not overrun by dirty immigrants looking for jobs and better lives. It is exactly people like that, without any self-sufficiency, looking for government hand-outs, who are bringing this country to ruin. Why should the government pay to teach them to read or know anything? Stop funding libraries altogether so that money can be used to improve on the health care plan provided for our congressmen, senators, etc. These are our country's leaders, after all. If people want to learn how to read, we will institute a voucher system so the poor disadvantage youth can travel several hours to private libraries where they will be allowed to partake of any of the vast array of materials available -- nothing offensive, pornographic, liberal-minded or Godless, of course -- as long as they do so on library property. Naturally lending privileges will not be extended.

This plan could solve all our country's problems -- not that it has any, mind you, everything is grand -- and shame on us for not letting Ann Coulter be both the voice of the people and our saving grace.