Anderson Cooper tells the story of a little girl who found herself in big trouble because of an overdue book. The ordeal lands on the RidicuList.
I understand how this is portrayed with the police officer comming to the house to get overdue libary books. after what sounded like several attempts to contact the people with overdue books why cant the libary send someone to resolve tthis. it could have been anything as simple as a phonenumber that was not updated at the libary, i doubt that the officer had any intention other than asking the people if they knew that they had some outstanding books and left it at that. i know that police have better things to do on a day to day basis they chase down lidary books, but the police dept. did agree to do this so what is the big deal.
Please lose the Ridiculist or at least make it interesting. It is too long and frankly boring.
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