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Library Scam: Could the entire library system be a money front?
With incredibly limited knowledge I could not help but wonder about a possible library scam going on right under our noses. There is a good possibility you have never even thought about this possibility, you the tax payer be pilfered out of $50 to an upwards of $300. You probably never thought about it because it probably isn't true. But aren't all the pieces there. A publicly funded institution founded on the notion of making information accessible to all... who wouldn't latch on to such a concept. Halls of knowledge catered to by the community as a gift, a gift representing freedom of endless possibilities, where you are safe to explore the battlefield of words as the fight for truth and justice live on. I know have.
Reason will not have me deny the benefits of a library, a haven of hope that simultaneously gathers and shares the creativity and madness of the human race, quiet in a noisy world, help at your call, these I see. But reason will also not have me deny the possibility that the true role of the library is to act as a public piggy bank for an underground secret order that uses thieved identities a library card...or is it an atm card of sorts? An ancestor of the pirates these individuals ride the high seas of diction and syntax, looting the knowledge banks, and unloading their cargo in the coastal waters of eBay. As the late fees rack up, and books exchange hands anonymously in black auction, the patron of record ends up missing, often then returning claiming someone with his name and address and birthday racked up those fees. Few believe this poor fool....few believe.
Which is why this crazy library scam notion will not leave my head. "Could this be so stupid it's true?" Unlikely.