Library, Museum, or Zoo?

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Here is a little challenge for you. In less than fifty words, answer the question below. You are welcome to leave your answer in the comment section below. Please keep it clean.

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3 thoughts on “Library, Museum, or Zoo?

    Violet said:
    October 3, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    If I had to choose
    Just one of the three
    It would definitely have
    To be the library.

    I would read those books
    I’ve longed so many years
    I’d have plenty of time
    Ahead through the years.

    Hooray! Let’s read!
    πŸ˜ƒβ˜ΊοΈπŸ˜Š

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    J.L. Pattison said:
    October 3, 2014 at 10:46 pm

    Library.
    Why?

    Well, first of all, I dislike zoos as much as I dislike circuses and parades (think: heat, crowds, and the smell of animals and cheap fried foods).

    Secondly, although a museum can be entertaining and educational, how many times can you look at the same thing over and over? Once you’ve seen King Tut, you’ve seen ’em all (dead Pharaohs that is). And if it’s an art museum, forget about it. I have never understood how someone can puke a mix of colors all over a canvas and call it art. Then look down their nose at me for not recognizing their kindergarten fingerpainting mess is actually a sad sailboat drifting on a melancholy ocean.

    So that leaves me with the library. It’s full of books and it doesn’t have smelly animals.

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    Mark Anthony Escalera responded:
    October 5, 2014 at 7:54 am

    Thanks J.L. & Violet for responding.

    I would have to also choose the library. Disease can wipe out entire herds of animals. Although I do love history, history repeats itself and we rarely seem to learn anything from history. Therefore, to spend one’s life in a library reading and assimilating knowledge would be a much better benefit than the other two locations.

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