A Library and Information Science Blog formerly from a Texas Public Library
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Oh no, sorry! Can you see it here?https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui=2&ik=708096d575&view=fimg&th=158135b2903c40f1&attid=0.1&disp=inline&safe=1&attbid=ANGjdJ9uWDk4kpcJZwojdaur_Yrpwys4bXELK2Q5Zt1IoyRLQfX1qWfTnNipBLmEjCsZEZqnd02oR2jKiZVjLTcshaKS5dexwHfTwwHSNPcjHpb9Jo4HMtSdtoMvQgs&ats=1477857023341&rm=158135b2903c40f1&zw&sz=w1920-h997
No, I get a 403 forbidden message.
Shoot! I'm sorry. It's just a picture of a stuffed animal bunny sitting behind a mysterious panel in the elevator.
How about now?
YES! but now I'm just plain baffled and I hope that isn't the easter bunny because oh my god think of the children
This made me laugh! Thank you! At least the bunny seems happy there.
So does the toy go to lost and found? We have some very chewed up stuffed animals in ours
A toy found on the public floor would, but this was found in an elevator that you need a staff key to get into, so I'm assuming one of our own must have placed it there deliberately. Who knows why.
the bunny is still there then?
As of yesterday, yes.