A high school librarian in Phoenix says the former student has returned two books checked out some 51 years ago. There was a money order along with the books, for $1,000 to cover the fines.

Camelback High librarian Georgette Bordine says the former student doesn’t want to be named.

At two cents a day, fines would have totaled $745.

Bordine says the long overdue books are being returned to shelves, while the money will be used to buy more books for the school library.

Monday, November 16, 2009

source: http://www.kake.com/offbeatnews/headlines/70188387.html

It’s good to be honest with yourself even after a while ( 50 years ):). The good thing he returned the books, The bad thing that the library should give him those books as a gift. At least he borrowed the books but not perminant. I heard once a guy saying: stupid who give a book to someone and more stupid who returns books. It’s only a joke. Anyway,,and as I mentioned it’s good to be honest and have trust to people and remember we are watched🙂

 

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