At the Library

So here I sit at the library in the computer lab. There are four rows of computers with four computers in each row. The computers are nice. They all have flat screen privacy monitors. You can’t glance over at your neighbour to see what he is doing because the screen just appears to be black. I like that.

There is a guy behind me who is playing video games. He has headphones on but they are so loud that I could actually sing along to the song he is listening to.
I print something off, and as I walk to the self-serve printer kiosk I notice that someone is watching a cooking show on their computer. You know the one where the host swears his head off at everybody.

I always wonder why people come to the library to do such pointless things on the computer. It kind of upsets me. Maybe I shouldn’t be upset by these things. The computers are here to be used by everyone but it seems like a lot of people are just wasting their time.

I am blogging, checking my email and doing some work that I need to get done. I am doing a little bit of research and some writing. I’m not in a chat room. I’m not just playing games or watching TV. But who am I to say anything?

So I sit here and rush against time, trying to get everything I need to get done in my one-hour time limit. But it looks like I will get everything done today. I’m used to the time constraints now. And I shouldn’t complain. At least the library is here for me to get online and continue my blog-obsession.