A Confusing Sign, Posted at the Entrance to My Local Library


I just returned home from a visit to my local library, and was so bewildered by this sign at the entrance that I felt compelled to take a picture of it. Helium doesn’t react with anything at all . . . so why would a library want to ban helium balloons? It’s not like helium can damage books!

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4 Responses to A Confusing Sign, Posted at the Entrance to My Local Library

  1. Guess it’s okay to bring other kinds of balloons…

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  2. amandasmills says:

    I wonder at just what occurred that made someone feel they needed the rule… 🙂
    “the helium balloon incident of 2013… we dont like to talk about it”

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  3. teachezwell says:

    That is a great writing prompt, Mr. Pi. It does make me wonder what happened with helium balloons in the library. I can only imagine…. Glad you took the photo!

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