Average Librarian

>Go to library
>Librarian looks like this
Why?

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Proud remainer and European

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You live in the USA, that's why
    It's a damn good country so don't bother

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      My sister is a librarian and doesn’t really look like this and I live in the US. she’s married to a Chad so eh.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ideal workplace for autistic women

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because men gave up on higher education.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly yeah. Dudes get called autistic if you have a passion about something that isn't sports, work or home improvement related

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I mean I am autistic so it fits

        A masters degree too lmfao

        Its hilarious because I got a job managing a private library of 25000 rare books and I got the job from craigslist with a GED

        Librarians are gays

        Ivan Illich was right

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >. Dudes get called autistic if you have a passion about something that isn't sports, work or home improvement related
        so?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          You post a fricking negress reaction image never come back

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        They are not performing a medical diagnoses, they are just acknowledging your passion and dedication to it with a slight bit of ball busting thrown in because anyone with a real passion is kind of irritating with that passion at times and we really need the occasional reminder that most people do not want an hour long lecture in response to "how's the writing going, anon?" You might be autistic for not understanding this.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        And for some reason, reading fantasy and sci-fi is more socially acceptable than reading real literature

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I don't think being called autistic is very discouraging. there is legitimate bias towards women in education I think, this is the only I can imagine why men do worse in education.

        >The pink hair is an exaggeration but seems like a pretty normal woman
        DON'T HAVE SEX WITH WOMEN

        SEX WITH MEN!!!!!!!!!

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >SEX WITH MEN!!!!!!!!!
          Women are a sexually transmitted disease. Only you can prevent future women infections.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >needing a degree to put books on shelves
      Do post-moderns really?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        A masters degree too lmfao

        Its hilarious because I got a job managing a private library of 25000 rare books and I got the job from craigslist with a GED

        Librarians are gays

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Librarians don't usually put books on shelves unless it is a very small library. Usually pages do that.

        A masters degree too lmfao

        Its hilarious because I got a job managing a private library of 25000 rare books and I got the job from craigslist with a GED

        Librarians are gays

        Cataloging doesn't require a Master's degree.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          And this somehow justifies requiring an advanced degree to you?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            What is "this". You don't know what a librarian does.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I am not them.
            I know what librarians do. I dismiss it as mere Mastery, not the result of a Doctor of knowledge. I admire them as Masters. They are superior to journalists or secondary teachers.

            The reason why librarians dye their hair pink is that their Mastery is deficient in the face of their needs as women to be fricked and impregnated, and their needs as people who sought to organise the collection of knowledge before the pathetic deficiency of the actual organisation of the collection of knowledge.

            It is the same reason that Umberto Eco's blind librarian maintains ephemeral elements of men's embodied sexuality. They are the evidence of the failure to enter the world of knowledge and the excresence of the body before the mind.

            Also you don't become a Librarian unless you want to be the object of Librarian fetish. Do you think she dyes her minge pink or is it waxed?

            Fricksake next you're going to complain that only 0.1% of rent boys read Cormac McCarthy. That's more than the general population and they're better bottoms.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I wasn't really responding to you, I was responding to the people that were describing things librarians don't do as a justification for why they don't need a masters. That said you do learn what to do on the job way more, which is pretty much true for anything.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            People think that degrees are trade school items because of the castration of the universities. We don't run Thunderdome ecrits anymore. But we ought to.

            The price of failing to understand the underlying structure of power-knowledge beneath your Theology Degree ought to be being burnt to death in Paris.

            Allow me, at least, to jerk off to pink haired middle aged women who think they're intelligent but resent that they don't actually have my mind, and so want The Mind As Father to force her down around my wiener as the instance of the endlessly retreating phallus.

            Allow me to stalk and "rape" the retired lesbian librarians restocking their carefully collection managed pods of "neighbourhood little libraries" so that anyone can find a novel fit for them. Allow me to assault the floor 5 offices and kidnap a harem of hostages while demanding an expansion in Bengali collections across my national scholarly library system, possibly in a regional campus where a literary critic of Bengali literature ought to be hired as an Associate Professor.

            Let me wank over pink hair. And get it in the hair.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            People think that degrees are trade school items because of the castration of the universities. We don't run Thunderdome ecrits anymore. But we ought to.

            The price of failing to understand the underlying structure of power-knowledge beneath your Theology Degree ought to be being burnt to death in Paris.

            Allow me, at least, to jerk off to pink haired middle aged women who think they're intelligent but resent that they don't actually have my mind, and so want The Mind As Father to force her down around my wiener as the instance of the endlessly retreating phallus.

            Allow me to stalk and "rape" the retired lesbian librarians restocking their carefully collection managed pods of "neighbourhood little libraries" so that anyone can find a novel fit for them. Allow me to assault the floor 5 offices and kidnap a harem of hostages while demanding an expansion in Bengali collections across my national scholarly library system, possibly in a regional campus where a literary critic of Bengali literature ought to be hired as an Associate Professor.

            Let me wank over pink hair. And get it in the hair.

            Got any more?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >to organise the collection of knowledge before the pathetic deficiency of the actual organisation of the collection of knowledge.
            I now know what it means to be assaulted by syllables.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Glad to be of rape to you.

            [...]
            Got any more?

            I organise it ad hoc. Just look for people who like "Darkness at Noon" fetish, but won't touch room 101.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            What does a librarian do at an average public library? Fantasize about being John Dewey or working at the Library of Congress? All their problems are solved. If they need more education than a McDonalds worker, it's only because the government is not as efficient and centralized as McDonalds.

            Let's see Wikipedia:
            >The study of librarianship for public libraries covers issues such as cataloging; collection development for a diverse community; information literacy; readers' advisory; community standards; public services-focused librarianship; serving a diverse community of adults, children, and teens; intellectual freedom; censorship; and legal and budgeting issues.
            Yeah... this is totally a real job that requires a master's degree.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            I would generally agree that they don't necessarily, it isn't a hard Masters and as I said before things tend to be more learnt on the job, but it does filter out some basic moronation. Could be an undergrad, but most libraries like their librarians to have a topic they have some expertise in.
            Public librarians it depends, a lot of it is planning programs iand outreach if theyre community librarians. Collections probably also involves digital resources, so that's a lot of fricking with Ezproxy and talking to vendors.

            Also public librarians aren't the only kind. There are academic, law, government, special collections, medical, corporate librarians and more so it also depends what area.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Collection planning is more difficult than it sounds outside of "homeless want to jerk off, oh shit better buy that Nobel guy" local libraries.

            How do you shed a reserve capacity you bought 40 years ago when it appeared we needed to know about Belgium under the CIA sponsored academic expertise in subverting our neighbours programme (1950s)? You can't just dump the Belgian literary collection on LOC.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Certainly, and it changes wildly from library to library. The masters is much easier than some parts of the job.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            in this way you may say teachers also don't require degrees

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        A masters degree too lmfao

        Its hilarious because I got a job managing a private library of 25000 rare books and I got the job from craigslist with a GED

        Librarians are gays

        The degree is not to put book on shelves
        Its too teach you to not misgender the homeless Arab refugee taking a shit on the History section

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      what the hell does that have to do with this thread?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Librarians have higher education credentials.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          than who?

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Higher education credentials = college degrees

            Higher education is college.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Wow, baby's first post or what? I'm asking higher education than whom, moron. Please, don't even respond.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >just not having men around is explanation enough for the women to turn into OP
      I agree, but bleak.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >go to socialist institution
    >staffed by socialists

    Hmmm

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    part of the firmware update

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Go to library

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not in my country, here it's regular plain looking middle aged to older women.

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kirstin is my favorite librarian!

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Qt3.14

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >That hairline
      OH NONONONO

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because librarians are yet another one of the "information economy's" fake jobs to dilute production and turn everyone into worker drones with no actual sense of what they produce or how they fit into their society, and thus no sense of their rights as workers, because they are simply a weird little grub that begs an imposing nonsensical inhuman world for "money" so they can buy "things." Putting women in the workforce was the ultimate and final torpedo that sunk any possibility of worker cooperation in the economy, because women are not workers in the same way men are, they naturally and systemically prefer to work easy fake jobs, which creates a market for them, which allows the second-order anti-worker finance economy to corner and solve that market. Everything you experience today, HR, the atomized nature of modern life, the way in which every profession just seems like a "thing" with its own bureaucracies within bureaucracies instead of just being intuitively connected to the simple machinery or know-how really underlying it, people jetsetting around to take up fake nonsense jobs everywhere instead of staying in their home towns and understanding what they do and how it connects with what their father did, the general UNREALITY of everything, is largely downstream from letting women "work."

    Women weren't turned into workers, workers were turned into women. The workplace didn't simply open up to allow women in, insofar as women do work. The workplace was transformed into an adult daycare center - sewing circle - drunken b***hfest - baby shower - "comfort" zone, as women re-cosmicized it in their own name. You are a little adult baby running around in a woman's "household-world," in which the women are always scheming and b***hing and you are forced to listen to it, because there is now no world outside that world. The whole world is one big household and your Mom is Women and your Dad is the State, and Dad is always away.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      wow, A+ take and writeup. Another please, any topic will do.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      also, could you please address the role/plight/[your perspective on] the actual, real workers? For example, someone out there, somewhat recently, actually sat down and computed/prototyped/machined/delivered/installed the turbine blades at the power plant that's powering my computer right now. have they escaped womanworld or are they a cyst within it?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nta, but maybe I can shed some light
        Some of it is legacy technology maintained like trade guilds were in the past, the propeller secrets were discovered by our forefathers, now its just a matter of maintenance, know how and small adjustments
        Some of it is from some obsessive/autistic/high neuroticism and IQ men. You dont need a whole lot of those, compared to the general population, for things to keep going on and innovation to keep happening
        However if society keeps degenerating these types either wont be produced or wont bear fruit, if you take into account the state of higher education, the bullshitification of everything, loss of the values that made the current infrastruture possible etc

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      It seems someone is forcing you by gunpoint to work in a bullshit job and accept this fate.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        it hardly takes gunpoint. everyone follows paths of least resistance; your willpower just determines how far up the hills of that valley you're willing to occasionally traverse.

        in the past, the paths of least resistance involved things like apprenticeship, the church, the family, mastery of skilled crafts, finding clients for your work, pride (and pleasure) in your craftmanship, and a mostly inseparable intertwining between the concept of work and physical effort.

        I don't need to give you a similar list for you to understand just how different today's path-of-least-resistance is. at best, we have completely fake simulacrums of the above points, only held dear because of their superficial similarities and difficult-to-dislodge platitudes.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I hope you're not lazy.
          I hope you're not at an armchair.
          I hope you have will.
          And I hope you have action.

          You'll go very very far if you truly put your words to action. You are a True Man.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          So you're lamenting that the default npc path doesn't provide pleasure or meaning. You're wrong, this is achieved just by following the set path, no matter what that is nowadays

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Oh, you and I are in desperate agreement. Just as you said, following your culture's set path provides pleasure and meaning, and this is all-but-guaranteed through mechanisms acting in both directions:
            1. It is pleasurable to fit in, and you receive social capital for doing so
            2. Through a sort of societal anthropic principle, a culture's paths-of-least-resistance almost MUST be tolerable, or else a revolt would take place

            My concern is that, although the "default npc path" (as you said) certainly provides plastic pleasure and plastic meaning, said things:
            1. Are of a different grade than before
            2. Are less satiating than before
            3. Motivate different behaviors than before
            4. Will lead peoples' lives into narrow circuits around into Chesterton's "smaller circles". Here, allow him to elaborate:

            """""""""

            Perhaps the nearest we can get to expressing it is to say this: that his mind moves in a perfect but narrow circle. A small circle is quite as infinite as a large circle; but, though it is quite as infinite, it is not so large. In the same way the insane explanation is quite as complete as the sane one, but it is not so large. A bullet is quite as round as the world, but it is not the world. There is such a thing as a narrow universality; there is such a thing as a small and cramped eternity; you may see it in many modern religions.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            You're observing what every older generation says about the younger (which is true in some way). A loosening of morals, a decline of grand narrative, a certain flexibility, loss of direction, emptiness, superficiality.

            I still believe that you can give someone the most inane worthless "things" and he will be happy if he has been conditioned to what is referred as authority, law of the father, oedipal configuration etc.
            You're a good son wanting to make your parents proud or earn their admiration and love. Then those parent figures are replaced by others or institutions or ideals in your mind. You accept their things their ideals their discourse their goals, striving and achieving them gives pleasure (or maybe you even fight against them but still accept them). The more you function like this the less it matters if the "thing" is plastic or satiating. Those questions surface when you position yourself a bit on the outside. Then you either reminisce about the past and ask for a stronger - more meaningful narrative or face the reality that you must sustain a personal meaning

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          pretty big post for a fella whose only tangible achievement to date is having built the K'NEX Ferris Wheel their kid brother got for Christmas when they were twelve and making sure said brother wasn't allowed to help

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Fella

            Back to leftist twitter, stinking c**t

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Librarians have been around as long as libraries you idiot

      t. Posted from my easy fake job

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >they naturally and systemically prefer to work easy fake jobs, which creates a market for them,
      How does that work? To hire someone is to pay them money. Even if there are a lot of women looking for fake jobs, why would I pay money to give one of them a fake job?

      The only place where it actually works the way you described is in institutions without monetary incentives, i.e. government (including libraries) and the academia.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        There are no “fake jobs”. These are chuds being reductionist. What they are jobs that are desired (by someone) which are nonetheless unnecessary, possibly counter-productive, or easy.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        it's funny, 90% of the time, I'm the one arguing your point; "The market demands it, and so it is!"
        However here, among friends, let us open our minds to the possibility that the "free market" we ostensibly ply our trades within is encapsulated within Truman-show walls, with portals where all-motivating money enters and leaves, "encouraging" certain phenomena within.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          did I actually say "within" 3 times in a single sentence? ugh cringe cringe cringe. please allow my point to stand sans my offense.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      libraries are full of people who don't know how to be librarians except gatekeep marc horseshit but there is a genuine way libraries can be helpful that is often not undertaken because it's a sector still full of old people who have been librarians for 30 years and muh putting stuff back where it's supposed to go

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >above average IQ
    >khazar milkers and butterface
    Every /misc/tard will vouch that this is how genuine non inbred non Ashkenazi israeliteess would look like. I'm a bit of architect myself so I can confirm on this. Also: this is as good as it goes. Take the /israelite/pill, IQfy, b4 its too late.

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    At the libraries near me the librarians are like little gnomes who come crawling out of the woodwork, middle aged, grey hair, huddling around the counter and constantly coming in and out from the backrooms with books, seemingly happy although their facial expressions don't show it

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Also there's a young guy who knows how to use the computers

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Am junior gnome, can confirm quite happy when at work, buried in the stacks, pushing my little wooden truck.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Shelvers aren't librarians daughter[-with-a-penis].

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I see that as a good thing. I don't get involved in the politics, I just keep the wheels spinning.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Do you feel sad when you have to put books into storage or are you numb to it now?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >put books into storage
          Oh if only you knew where they really end up...I'm pretty much Guy Montag at least one day of the week and it never gets easier. The one's that are the hardest for me are autobiographies. "Weeding" those is like the author dying a second death.

          The ones that are truly in storage can be called into service at any moment so I don't feel bad for them. There's a guy that constantly requests old copies of T.V. Guide, exclusively from the late '70s-'80s. Those are constantly coming up and going down to storage. I'm sure it's the same for other departments. We also get requests from other libraries all over the state for this academic journal or that publication. The stacks are only so big.

          • 5 months ago
            Anonymous

            Real problem is when only you and LOC hold the c**t. Then you've gotta go hunting other libraries overseas.

            I'm not looking forward to liquidating my academic library comprised of 4-5 other academics (dead)'s libraries. When my father dies that'll make it 5-6.

  13. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why?
    She is a priestess to the father god, so its a Daddy/daughter thing. You're just upset that you don't have a need to make special collections requests.

    Archivists are better by the way. Fatter. Librarians are too thin to be properly sexy and serve Daddy.

  14. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can go to most places and see that these days. The West has become Never Never Land, where a significant percentage of society remains mentally adolescent their whole lives thanks to commercial media and entertainment providing a liminoid (read: anti-transformative) experience that prevents people from putting themselves in uncomfortable situations for the purpose of growth, and food pumped with hormones and other chemically engineered garbage which detract from the nutritional value of everything we eat. It's an extremely depressing state of affairs; I feel bad for girls and guys who look like that, because I know they don't really understand what plagues them, and their parents don't understand either, hence why their children turned out this way.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Afaik it’s a personal choice. People don’t have to be that way, but they choose to.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's not a choice. It's called childhood emotional neglect, or CEN. Basically, these people are walking around with massive emotional blind spots preventing them from properly entering adulthood. Some of them are self-aware enough to pursue therapy or adopt better habits. The only choice is when those who are self-aware decide NOT to pursue therapy or adopt better habits. The vast majority don't get to this level, though.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting post, but you don't need to write "read:" when you paranthesize something. It's already being specified when you parenthesize it. Writing "read:" is just redundant (read: redundant meaning unnecessary).

  15. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    The pink hair is an exaggeration but seems like a pretty normal woman

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The pink hair is an exaggeration but seems like a pretty normal woman
      DON'T HAVE SEX WITH WOMEN

  16. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    I dated a girl who modeled when she was a teenager/early 20s and became a librarian. Knockout body.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Shame about her mind. Next time try dating someone who has made a positive contribution to hermeneusis.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        She was super trad and a virgin when I met her. Married the next guy she dated directly after me.

  17. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    My local librarian looks like pic related, dresses like a grandma and is an autist

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ask her to start collecting romantic gay pornography for the consumption of women. Get Chuck some money.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        I have yet to speak to her directly, the actual granny head librarian always seems to drop outta the sky whenever I am present

        I dated a girl who modeled when she was a teenager/early 20s and became a librarian. Knockout body.

        She was super trad and a virgin when I met her. Married the next guy she dated directly after me.

        ur a moron
        and I have never even heard of a 10/10 model trad virgin IRL

  18. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you going to the library to pick up librarians or something? Why do you care?

  19. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    She is signaling to the world her inability for family formation

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >She is signaling to the world her inability for family formation
      Does that mean that fricking women who are infertile or who'll murder their children prevents natalism? Does that make it as "safe" as homosexuality?

      NO. NO IT DOES NOT. WOMEN DO NOT HAVE SECRET MEN'S BUSINESS AND COPULATION WITH THEM PRODUCES FUNCTIONAL CHILDREN BY FAILING TO TRANSMIT SEMEN CORRECTLY FROM MAN, TO MAN, ORALLY AS INTENDED.

      WOMEN: NOT EVEN ONCE.

  20. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do you mean the coloured hair? I've talked with some back in university (when this style was a bit more popular) and was dictated a couple of lines of reasoning.

    The one that was most interesting to me, was that it served as a form of camouflage. The strangeness of appearance will attract attention, but not real focus. It is too grand of a thing for most to look past. Most won't see them as a person past a caricature. They won't entertain the possibility of listening to any ideas they have.

    Very few will share their true thoughts with people who look like the lady in the OP. That was the reasoning I sussed out back when I was in university anyway.

    I was hanging around a lot of new-age hippie types at the time and was high more often than not. Interesting times. I still think that there is an element of truth in what I was told then, even if it cannot explain the whole picture as I see it now.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      She's got good norgs but she's a bit young for me. Obviously you need to figure out what she's hiding, but its probably either trivial abuse trauma from rape culture or trivia fetish from a wish to have been raped by rape culture.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Norgs??

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >

          She's got good norgs but she's a bit young for me. Obviously you need to figure out what she's hiding, but its probably either trivial abuse trauma from rape culture or trivia fetish from a wish to have been raped by rape culture.

          (You)
          NORGS SON. DAIRY FARMER TEATS. ARE YOU UNFAMILIAR WITH MID NORTH COAST NSW DAIRY FARMER WORKER COOPERATIVE BREAST DERIVATIVE SLANG?

          YOU HAD BETTER FRICKING LEARN ABOUT CLASS STRUGGLE IN THE AUSTRALASIAN WHITE SETTLER SOCIETY DAIRY INDUSTRY. https://www.norco.com.au/historical-events.php IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT WITH SRILANKA AND NZ IN SOUTH ISLAND.

          But yeah the top slope of her breasts means she's packing fat.

  21. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Who cares what the librarian looks like, get the books you want and leave idiot.

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