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Old 26.01.2014, 21:17
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Re: The First World Problem Thread

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Libaries was all we had.

Books arrived only once a month and you had to wait a line for hours, maybe got one if lucky.

Libaries are rad.
yes, they compensate for a lot of the shortcomings of the average parent,

i remember always preferring to be dropped of at the local library while my mother went shopping, it was the former goal and the country being an old english colony with a lot of english influences had all the classics right back to homer and aeschelus.
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