Six Sentence Sunday: Full Metal Librarian XXXVI (Access Denied)

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Clyota is safe at Cristina’s, but she still has that pesky, unconscious thief on her lawn.  She decides to make an anonymous call, as one does under circumstances like these . . . But there’s a problem . . . 

I logged into my personal account and entered my staff code.  I could contact the Police through the Library Network, which was as anonymously secure as it got—Sys Admin would know I’d made a call, and to whom, but no one else would, ever.  The Library didn’t just dishonorably discharge Librarians who failed to protect Patron Privacy, they permanently discharged them.

The terminal beeped.  I frowned and tapped in my code again. Beep.

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 Previous Installments:

First ♦ Second ♦ Third ♦ Fourth ♦ Fifth ♦ Sixth
Seventh ♦ Eighth ♦ Ninth ♦ Tenth ♦ Eleventh ♦ Twelfth  ♦ Thirteenth
Fourteenth ♦ Fifteenth ♦ Sixteenth ♦ Seventeenth
Eighteenth ♦ Nineteenth ♦ Twentieth ♦ Twenty-first ♦ Twenty-second
Twenty-third ♦ Twenty-fourth ♦ Twenty-fifth ♦ Twenty-sixth
Twenty-seventh ♦ Twenty-eighth ♦ Twenty-nine ♦ Thirty
Thirty-one ♦ Thirty-second ♦ Thirty-third ♦ Thirty-fourth  ♦ Thirty-fifth

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17 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday: Full Metal Librarian XXXVI (Access Denied)

  1. A beep is like the universal sign that technology gives us to go screw ourselves. And it always happens at the most inoportune times. But I know Clyota can handle it!

  2. I couldn’t help myself – I pushed the blue button. 🙂 Nice tension this week. Clyota definitely needs help. These words strung together made me smile – “dishonorably discharge Librarians.”

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