Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Study Rooms Are Meant For Quiet

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
Lois Hole Public Library Courtesy Wifi
Edmonton, Alberta

August XVIIth, MMXVI

Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA
Minister of Education,
New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder

Dear Dave:

With my Aspergers Syndrome or "high-functioning" autism, I admit I am of course extremely annoying at times. But, even I know when to be quiet & that for instance is here in the Public Library. But these damn kids here, you almost have to babysit them, frankly the staff are busy & don't have time to do so & as the library has just opened & they are heading into a quiet study room which they haven't booked with their game consoles & are constantly having to be tossed out by the people in there studying quietly. Perhaps they should do their gaming in the childrens section or at home. I also despise it when kids tie up all the computers in a branch with their stupid games, thus causing library patrons who need computers for study &/or research purposes to not be able to have any computer access. Note: its great that kids are into games but many can cause them to get violent & not know the difference between reality & fantasy!

"Computer Lock Out All Command Functions: Authorization: Riker, Omega, Troi",


Source: Myself.

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