Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Lady RaDA Returns!
Boss Lady sent out an email to staff yesterday with great news! Lady RaDA is returning to the library as the new Deputy Director. I guess we'd better get her a badge.
That's kind of plain, minions. Got anything more interesting?
That's pretty cool. Got the mask and everything. But maybe we should go with the complete costume.
Great for Halloween!
How about this?
Fits in with the whole Lone Ranger deputy thing.
What will Lady RaDA's new duties as Deputy Director be? We assume she'll do everything she used to do, plus a bunch more administrative stuff. That's what happens when you get a promotion. Lucky for moi that feline roving reporter doesn't have any upward mobility.
Welcome back, Lady RaDA! Now get to work.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. Here's "I Shot the Sheriff," by Bob Marley and the Wailers, from the album Burnin' (1973). But he did not shoot the deputy. Close call, there, Lady RaDA. “'I Shot The Sheriff’ is like I shot wickedness,” Bob Marley said in a 1975 interview. “That’s not really a sheriff, it’s the elements of wickedness. The elements of that song is people been judging you and you can’t stand it no more and you explode, you just explode.”
P.P.S. Here's "Badge," by Cream, from the group's final album, Goodbye (1969). The song was co-written by Eric Clapton and George Harrison.