We can’t conclusively say that it is or isn’t according to this page, so I give him phone numbers for the local gem & mineral society and the community college earth science department.
What is the exchange rate for this obscure currency?
Someone dropped these car keys, here they are in case they come back.
Guy singing along with headphones: “It’s a beautiful day, it’s a beautiful daaaaayyyyy”
The microfilm machine is catawampus
Materials on social workers and the criminal justice system
Family wants a particular textbook—they have come in at least 4 times. Every time, staff tells them we don’t have it, or any way to get it, and they say no, the person last time said you had it! So we track down the previous person, who says, no, I told them we don’t have it. gahhhh. Maybe this time it will stick. I tried to say no in as many ways as I could think of, and told them they could get it used on either Amazon or at Barnes and Noble, but as they were leaving the guy asked again, we can’t borrow it? No, I’m very sorry, but no. You. Just. Can’t.
Regular customer requests Debbie Macomber and Nora Roberts, like she does every week—is it possible she hasn’t read them all yet?
Guy: Where is the mythology section? Me: are you looking for anything specific? Guy: No, not really, I just want to see what you have. Me: Greek mythology? Egyptian mythology? Something else? Guy: I guess? (We go to shelf) Me: Here's general world mythology, and Greek mythology... Guy: I'm looking for a book about the Illuminati. Me: Oh, that's over here.
Girl: Where do you have poetry? Me: are you looking for anything specific? Girl: No, not really, I just want to see what you have. Me: Okay, here's the poetry section. Any particular kind of poetry? Girl: Well, I'm looking for Shakespeare. Me: GAAAAAAAAAH PEOPLE JUST TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT!
You're going to laugh at me for liking this, but can I request Stargate SG-1? I hate Star trek, but I like this one because of all the Egyptian stuff.