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26. Thanksgiving 2008

Moral of this blog: I'm thankful that I'm hot.

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27. Thanksgiving 2008

Moral of this blog: I'm thankful that I'm hot.

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28. Icon, New Fashion

Moral of this blog: Yeah! A new fashion icon. I haven't had one in a while.

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29. Icon, New Fashion

Moral of this blog: Yeah! A new fashion icon. I haven't had one in a while.

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30. Icon, New Fashion

Moral of this blog: Yeah! A new fashion icon. I haven't had one in a while.

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31. Vote, Rock the

Moral of this blog: GO OUT AND VOTE!

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32. Vote, Rock the

Moral of this blog: GO OUT AND VOTE!

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33. Vote, Rock the

Moral of this blog: GO OUT AND VOTE!

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34. Jackets, Military

When working in a Special Library, one must look like they are in charge. This can easily be accomplished by yelling and screaming at everyone, OR by looking the part. In order to do this, I highly suggest purchasing a military style sports coat. As you can see from my picture, you will not only look amazingly thin, but also emanate a certain "Do what I say" aura. I can't promise you'll look

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35. Jackets, Military

When working in a Special Library, one must look like they are in charge. This can easily be accomplished by yelling and screaming at everyone, OR by looking the part.In order to do this, I highly suggest purchasing a military style sports coat. As you can see from my picture, you will not only look amazingly thin, but also emanate a certain "Do what I say" aura. I can't promise you'll look this

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36. Jackets, Military

When working in a Special Library, one must look like they are in charge. This can easily be accomplished by yelling and screaming at everyone, OR by looking the part.In order to do this, I highly suggest purchasing a military style sports coat. As you can see from my picture, you will not only look amazingly thin, but also emanate a certain "Do what I say" aura. I can't promise you'll look this

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37. Eve, All Hallows

One of the hot parts of being a special librarian, who runs his own library...is that you get interns from foriegn countries! OMG! I bet you didn't know that. There are tons of perks. Including ordering things from Gaylord, wearing a lab jacket, accidentally falling asleep at your desk, putting people on hold so you sound busier than you are, and no filter on your internet searches! Meet my

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38. Eve, All Hallows

One of the hot parts of being a special librarian, who runs his own library...is that you get interns from foreign countries! OMG! I bet you didn't know that.There are tons of perks. Including ordering things from Gaylord, wearing a lab jacket, accidentally falling asleep at your desk, putting people on hold so you sound busier than you are, and no filter on your internet searches!Meet my hot

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39. Eve, All Hallows

One of the hot parts of being a special librarian, who runs his own library...is that you get interns from foreign countries! OMG! I bet you didn't know that.There are tons of perks. Including ordering things from Gaylord, wearing a lab jacket, accidentally falling asleep at your desk, putting people on hold so you sound busier than you are, and no filter on your internet searches!Meet my hot

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40. Wishes, Happy Sukkot

Happy Sukkot to all of my devoted and hot Jewish readers. Mostly, this means my friend Scott. Moral of this blog: Scott, tell your Mom I said "whats up."

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41. Wishes, Happy Sukkot

Happy Sukkot to all of my devoted and hot Jewish readers.Mostly, this means my friend Scott.Moral of this blog: Scott, tell your Mom I said "whats up."

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42. Wishes, Happy Sukkot

Happy Sukkot to all of my devoted and hot Jewish readers.Mostly, this means my friend Scott.Moral of this blog: Scott, tell your Mom I said "whats up."

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43. Entendre, Double

While cataloging today, I came across an old copy of Time Magazine from November 19, 1945. This ad amuses me to no end. And now you can enjoy it too. Moral of this blog: Happy National Coming out day. (even thought that's not today, but soon enough)

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44. Library, Building a Special

It's not everyday that you get to build a library. Somehow, thanks to my Library School™ one of my focuses was Collection building. And thanks to my degree, and a lovely woman with fashionably bobbed white hair in Columbus Ohio Library Administration, I popped out of my first phase of librarianhood with a few gold stars on my chart. My first library was an image collection. Upon being hired,

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45. Tovah, La Shanah

Happy New Year to all my gentle readers. Especially, the hot gay ones. moral of this blog: Blessings for a sweet New Year!

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46. Entendre, Double

While cataloging today, I came across an old copy of Time Magazine from November 19, 1945. This ad amuses me to no end. And now you can enjoy it too.Moral of this blog: Happy National Coming out day. (even thought that's not today, but soon enough)

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47. Library, Building a Special

It's not everyday that you get to build a library.Somehow, thanks to my Library School™ one of my focuses was Collection building. And thanks to my degree, and a lovely woman with fashionably bobbed white hair in Columbus Ohio Library Administration, I popped out of my first phase of librarianhood with a few gold stars on my chart.My first library was an image collection. Upon being hired, I was

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48. Tovah, La Shanah

Happy New Year to all my gentle readers. Especially, the hot gay ones. moral of this blog: Blessings for a sweet New Year!

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49. Entendre, Double

While cataloging today, I came across an old copy of Time Magazine from November 19, 1945. This ad amuses me to no end. And now you can enjoy it too.Moral of this blog: Happy National Coming out day. (even thought that's not today, but soon enough)

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50. Library, Building a Special

It's not everyday that you get to build a library.Somehow, thanks to my Library School™ one of my focuses was Collection building. And thanks to my degree, and a lovely woman with fashionably bobbed white hair in Columbus Ohio Library Administration, I popped out of my first phase of librarianhood with a few gold stars on my chart.My first library was an image collection. Upon being hired, I was

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