The Skinny on Fat Stacks o’ Library Books

If you’re a senior reading this and you have library books out, you have already been fined $85 per book. For some of us, that number is aggregated into a whole shit ton of money by our rectalinear ghost-mountains of shit we will now never read.

DON’T PANIC, BUT DO NOT REPEAT DO NOT RETURN THE BOOKS TO THE DROP-OFF.

Wait until monday or tuesday, go into the library and speak with the people in the circulation office – they will accept your returns, clear your thousand-dollar book-debt and send you merrily on your way. I repeat, the fines have already been levied, but if you return the books IN PERSON, you can get them easily rescinded.

word, now where’s the goddamned mint julep factory up in this motherfucker?

15 thoughts on “The Skinny on Fat Stacks o’ Library Books

  1. anonnnn

    this is such bullshit. i was charged $80 for a book that wasn’t even overdue. No notice before being charged. How can they justify charging $80 for a $10 paperback book EVER? And why would they put June 9 as the due date if its really may 14?

  2. anonnnn

    this is such bullshit. i was charged $80 for a book that wasn’t even overdue. No notice before being charged. How can they justify charging $80 for a $10 paperback book EVER? And why would they put June 9 as the due date if its really may 14?

  3. Michelle Garcia

    Correction: the fines go in today at 2pm, but they can be rescinded until Tuesday morning. I talked to Randy, the Circulation Office manager, who wouldn’t give a time but said to come in “as early as possible.”

  4. Michelle Garcia

    Correction: the fines go in today at 2pm, but they can be rescinded until Tuesday morning. I talked to Randy, the Circulation Office manager, who wouldn’t give a time but said to come in “as early as possible.”

  5. Michelle Garcia

    I’ve had this confirmed by library admins and the senior class blog: LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE BY 2PM TODAY (Monday) OR FINES CAN’T BE REVERSED. Olin closes at 5pm but the accounting computer’s automatically set to run fines at 2pm. That means books need to be actually checked in, not just on the circ desk.

  6. Michelle Garcia

    I’ve had this confirmed by library admins and the senior class blog: LIBRARY BOOKS ARE DUE BY 2PM TODAY (Monday) OR FINES CAN’T BE REVERSED. Olin closes at 5pm but the accounting computer’s automatically set to run fines at 2pm. That means books need to be actually checked in, not just on the circ desk.

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