Yesterday, there was a report in the crime section of the campus newspaper about a complaint within the library. Apparently, somebody complained to an officer that there was a suspicious person in a wheelchair doing something vulgar. Funny part was that this suspicious person was a 63 year old male jacking off to a video of sleeping women. Of course, the person denied it, but the complaintee stated that everyone in the library knew who he was and his discreet activities.
On a similar notion, there was another old person who would visit the library and use the same the same computer every single time to look at porn. Frankly, this person thought he could conceal his porn simply by clicking the minimize button on the window. Later that day, one of the residents of this campus created a huge ruckus at the reference desk about how people should not look at porn within a community library for the sake of the children that would pass by.
During the summer of 2007, there was an African American male who lost all of his songs on his iPod, because he tried to transfer some new songs to it via library computers. Since he did not know that iTunes would format his iPod to synchronize it to the computer’s library, he lost all of his music (approx 100 bucks).
Somewhere during the winter, a female student lost all of her hard work on her research paper, since she did not save her paper to a flash drive. When she was at the print center to print out her finished paper, somebody passed by and turned her computer off since it was closing time for the library.