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Created and Maintained by
A.B. Credaro
March 22, 2002





CATCHY NAMES FOR LIBRARIANS:
WHAT'S LEFT?


Are all the good names already taken? Yes. But here is a listing of names that are still available ...



The Proletarian Librarian:
For the library worker who just goes to work, does their job, and goes home. Has a family and friends, and goes on vacation once a year.

The Octogenarian Librarian:
An elderly library worker, who would like to retire, but can't afford it. This could be you, if you have to continually falsify birth dates on employment forms.

The Hungarian Librarian:
For an employee at the Budepest National Library, or an immigrant from central Europe speaking with a heavy accent.

The Vegetarian Librarian:
Could be used for either a librarian with special dietary preferences, or someone working in a horticultural research library.

The Sectarian Librarian:
Although "Intolerant Librarian" has been used, the website no longer exists (?) But for those who may have a very rigid viewpoint, this alternative tag could be just right for you.

The Libertarian Librarian:
Laid back and relaxed, or just given up all hope? This one is for those librarians who just "let it all happen". Whatever.

The Contrarian Librarian:
For those library staff who enjoy a good argument, this tag might suit you. If nothing else, it will prepare others for a confrontation.

The Disciplinarian Librarian:
Sorry, but Leather Librarian is already in use. But for those of a similar bent, this tag could just fill the need.

The Authoritarian Librarian:
Library administrators don't have to miss out on all the fun. Build your own website, and spread misery and suffering beyond your own workplace.



A.B. Credaro©2002

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