A matter of convenience? A matter of taste? Nothing like cramming for an exam with Mac’s pals in the state of Washington.
Staff at the Walla Walla Public Library in Walla Walla, Washington, have been changing the library’s layout while it’s closed to the public due to the pandemic. While working recently to move the mystery book collection to a different spot, a crew member removed a corner panel on some 1970s-era shelving with an open top. Behind it he found five unopened cans of Hamm’s beer, and a packet of opened Godzilla Heads gum. The City of Walla Walla posted about the find on Facebook, noting they think the items have been there for “upward of 30 years.”
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With the Walla Walla Public Library closed to the public, staff have been changing its layout to better serve patrons…