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1package tip
2
3#######################################################################
4# Tips
5#######################################################################
6
7_tipstart_ {<center>}
8_tipquotestart_ {<b>}
9_tipquoteend_ {</b> }
10_tipattributionstart_ {<em>}
11_tipattributionend_ {</em>}
12_tipend_ {</center>}
13
14_tip1_ {
15       _tipstart_
16       _tipquotestart_
17       A word after a word after a word is power.
18       _tipquoteend_
19       _tipattributionstart_
20       Margaret Atwood
21       _tipattributionend_
22       _tipend_
23       _tipend_
24}
25
26_tip2_ {
27       _tipstart_
28       _tipquotestart_ Books are weapons in the war of ideas
29       _tipquoteend_
30       _tipattributionstart_ American Library Association, 1942
31       _tipattributionend_
32       _tipend_
33}
34
35_tip3_ {
36       _tipstart_
37       _tipquotestart_ Only the educated are free
38       _tipquoteend_
39       _tipattributionstart_ Epictetus
40       _tipattributionend_
41       _tipend_
42}
43
44_tip4_ {
45       _tipstart_
46       _tipquotestart_ To know and not to do is not to know
47       _tipquoteend_
48       _tipattributionstart_ Chinese  Proverb
49       _tipattributionend_
50       _tipend_
51}
52
53_tip5_ {
54       _tipstart_
55       _tipquotestart_ We need our libraries open to all, so we can prepare our students for the 21st Century.
56       _tipquoteend_
57       _tipattributionstart_ Martin Luther King, quoted in the program at ALA midwinter, "Celebrating
58Equity and Empowerment," on Martin Luther King Day.
59       _tipattributionend_
60       _tipend_
61}
62
63_tip6_ {
64       _tipstart_
65       _tipquotestart_
66       Let us read and let us dance - two amusements that will never do any harm to the world.
67       _tipquoteend_
68       _tipattributionstart_
69       Voltaire
70       _tipattributionend_
71       _tipend_
72}
73_tip7_ {
74       _tipstart_
75       _tipquotestart_
76       Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of sXXXch, or the right of the people peaceably to XXXemble, and to peXXXion the government for a redress of grievances.
77       _tipquoteend_
78       _tipattributionstart_
79The first amendment according to XStop (according to Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Center)
80       _tipattributionend_
81       _tipend_
82}
83_tip8_ {
84       _tipstart_
85       _tipquotestart_
86       My Alma mater was books, a good library . . . I could spend the rest of my life reading, just satisfying my curiosity.
87       _tipquoteend_
88       _tipattributionstart_
89       Malcolm X, Autobiograhy of Malcolm X
90       _tipattributionend_
91       _tipend_
92}
93_tip9_ {
94       _tipstart_
95       _tipquotestart_
96       To be literate is to possess the cow of plenty.
97       _tipquoteend_
98       _tipattributionstart_
99       Motto of the Madras Library Association
100       _tipattributionend_
101       _tipend_
102}
103_tip10_ {
104       _tipstart_
105       _tipquotestart_
106       To prejudge other men's notions before we have looked into them is not to show their darkness but to put out our own eyes.
107       _tipquoteend_
108       _tipattributionstart_
109       John Locke
110       _tipattributionend_
111       _tipend_
112}
113_tip11_ {
114       _tipstart_
115       _tipquotestart_
116       It does not matter how many books you may have, but whether they are good or not.
117       _tipquoteend_
118       _tipattributionstart_
119       Seneca
120       _tipattributionend_
121       _tipend_
122}
123
124_tip12_ {
125       _tipstart_
126       _tipquotestart_
127       I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.
128       _tipquoteend_
129       _tipattributionstart_
130Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986)
131       _tipattributionend_
132       _tipend_
133}
134
135_tip13_ {
136       _tipstart_
137       _tipquotestart_
138       When an old man dies, a library burns down.
139       _tipquoteend_
140       _tipattributionstart_
141       African Proverb
142       _tipattributionend_
143       _tipend_
144}
145
146_tip14_ {
147       _tipstart_
148       _tipquotestart_
149       My library / Was dukedom large enough.
150       _tipquoteend_
151       _tipattributionstart_
152       William Shakespeare. The Tempest.
153       _tipattributionend_
154       _tipend_
155}
156
157_tip15_ {
158       _tipstart_
159       _tipquotestart_
160      Knowing I lov'd my books, he furnish'd me /
161      From mine own library with volumes that /
162      I prize above my dukedom. /
163       _tipquoteend_
164       _tipattributionstart_
165       William Shakespeare. The Tempest.
166       _tipattributionend_
167       _tipend_
168}
169
170
171_tip:tipmax_ {15}
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