11/18/12: The Watertown Public Library
November 18, 2012
I don’t know how many times I have been to this library and a janitor has run out with a mop bucket or with window cleaner; that has happened almost every time that I have been here. I started going here because I got a “Do Not Trespass” notice from the Waltham Library when I objected to being abused there and documented that library’s promotion of the conglomerate’s agenda; the library card that I got for that library works for this one. The computers at the Waltham Library also had the “VLC media player” Caution cone icon on their screens.
There are still things around this library promoting the conglomerate’s agenda, including child molestation.
Maybe if there weren’t library staff or library management spending their time harassing and threatening me and trying to figure out when they’ll be able to rape children, someone would have had time to clean the restroom, or to make sure that it did get cleaned by the people who are supposed to do that.
November 18, 2012
For the past several minutes, I’ve been trying to download pictures that I’ve taken this afternoon at this library and that I sent to my e-mail account from my phone. I haven’t been even been able to look at the pictures in my e-mail, and when I try to download them to the computer so that I can upload them to this blog, nothing happens.
Something like that was happening with other pictures that I’ve tried to send to my e-mail account in the past few days, too.
It’s never happened before.
The pictures included:
–dried pee all over the seat of the toilet in the first stall that I walked into when I went to the restroom. The library opens at 1:00 p.m. on Sundays, and that was when I went to the restroom. Shouldn’t the restrooms have been clean when the library opened?
–pictures of the ad for “Zinio,” showing a bunch of magazine covers, that’s on the door of the stall.
–a picture of a page of library rules, which are on the door to the restroom. The library claims to be a safe place, and that it’s against the rules for patrons of the library to behave in a disruptive way.
–pictures of patrons of the library who have harassed me since I got to the computer. They were all people who chose to sit where they did; at the time when they got here, there were other places that they could have chosen to sit other than as close to me as they could get so that they could harass me.
–a janitor wheeling a vacuum by me.
Copyright L. Kochman, November 18, 2012 @ 2:06 p.m.