Saturday, September 11, 2004

Secrets that Librarians Hide...

Seems that you can't judge a book by its cover.. nor a librarian.. hee hee.. bit of old news here... (see below) Hey.. but i love it.. keep them coming!! Honestly... what secrets do you have in your closet?? Secrets that you wouldn't want your employer, supervisors, colleagues or friends know? Guess all of us have secrets and try to keep work and private life separated. How long can you hide? And the best part... should your employer be concerned with what you do in your free time outside of work? Even so, how much/will/should/ your promotion and rise up the 'corporate' ladder be judged on what you write on your personal blog? What happens when your hidden identity is unraveled? Point to illustrate: The Demise of Nineteen97

Toronto librarian accused of being wanted Panther (Not an animal found in the zoo!! )
By JEFF GRAY AND JONATHAN FOWLIE Thursday, July 29, 2004

He worked as a researcher among the quiet stacks of the Toronto Reference Library for more than a decade, supporting a wife and children. But 55-year-old Douglas Freeman -- whose real name is Joseph Coleman Pannell -- is accused of hiding a secret, violent past.
Mr. Pannell, police in Chicago say, is a former member of the Black Panther Party wanted for attempted murder in the shooting of a police officer four times at point-blank range in 1969 at the height of the radical group's notoriety. To read more

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