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[BCRL 10:46:52]: Are we referring to the new X-men movie that is to hit the movie theater this coming Friday?
[TRAVISH 10:49:11]: Yes, but what does it mean?
[TRAVISH 10:53:32]: I don’t understand what a day of future past is
[BCRL 10:53:59]: Thank you for waiting. In this case, despite much searching, no official dictionary definition was found.
[BCRL 10:54:24]: In this case, it most likely refers to the storyline itself.
[TRAVISH 10:54:31]: I know! It’s like they don’t want you to know what it is!
[TRAVISH 10:54:36]: Oooh
[TRAVISH 10:54:44]: So if I see the movie I will know?
[BCRL 10:54:53]: “Days of Future Past” is a popular storyline in the Marvel Comics comic book The Uncanny X-Men issues #141 and #142, published in 1980. It deals with a dystopian alternative future in which mutants are incarcerated in internment camps.”
[TRAVISH 10:55:39]: So in the future past, mutants are in internment camps?
[BCRL 10:56:05]: Most likely, it is referring to the past of an alternate future timeline.
[BCRL 10:57:30]: In this case, I am afraid that you will have to wait until the movie comes out, watch it or read about it afterwards to find out what it means.
[TRAVISH 10:59:05]: Ok, THANK you for your help
[TRAVISH 10:59:33]: Travish out
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15:25 Travish: What are days of future past???
15:25 Nosy Midwestern Liberrian: hello
15:26 NML: My name is (Censored) and I am at (Censored) Library
TRAVISH: I want to write a letter to Carl Weathers? I need to thank him for visiting my city. Annonymous Canadian Libarian: Hello and welcome to (Censored). I am reading your question now and I’ll get back to you in a moment.
TRAVISH: Thank you, (ACL)
ACL: What city do you live in and what does Carl Weathers do there?
TRAVISH: He visited us to promote a new film
TRAVISH: I think he lives in L.A.
TRAVISH: An American Actor
ACL: Oh, Carl Weathers the actor. I will see if I can find some contact information for him.
TRAVISH: Sorry, I know I should have said Actor
ACL: It’s ok, I am looking right now.
TRAVISH: HE WAS APPOLLO CREED
ACL: Yes, in Rocky.
TRAVISH: Sorry, I get excited when I talk about Rocky
ACL: You can contact him at : Abrams Artists Agency – LA
[Travish 14:39:02]: No, I NEED his mailing address
[Travish 14:39:11]: Thank you for finding that though
[LIT 14:39:28]: You can also contact her mailing address through her pubisher, Harper Collins.
[LIT 14:39:36]: Lynne Reid Banks c/o Author Mail, 18th Floor HarperCollins Children’s Books 10 East 53rd Street New York, NY 10022
[LIT 14:40:22]: The email form might get you quicker response since it will go directly to her or to her team.
[LIT 14:40:51]: Is there anything else I can help you with today?
[Travish 14:40:57]: Wow, that IS a tough decision
[LIT 14:41:23]: You can always try both. Is there anything else I can help you with today?
[Travish 14:42:29]: This is a New York address, I thought he lived in the United Kingdom (Great Britain)
[LIT 14:42:46]: It is the address for her U.S. publisher.
[Travish 14:43:34]: Oh, I see. Does that mean I will need to use extra stamps?
[LIT 14:44:12]: I would think if you are just sending a regular letter, one stamp should suffice.
[LIT 14:45:29]: My chat time is ending soon. Is there anything else I can help you with today?
[Travish 14:46:19]: Just one more question. Do you think he will NEED my address?
[LIT 14:46:58]: Yes, if you are requesting an autograph she will need to know where to send it to.
[Travish 14:47:42]: Ok, thank you for your assistance
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Lynne Reid Banks emailed me and wanted to know why I can’t receive mail at home. I said the answer is that my dad is a dumb jerk. I REALLY hope Lynne Reid Banks sends me an autograph. He seems very nice, though he did call me “Travis.” MY NAME IS TRAVISH!
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Travish: Almost forgot to mention! My name is Travish.
LFA”O”SIE: Do you mean Primary and Secondary sources?
Travish: Exactly, although…I meant what comes after tertiary. Example: 1) Primary. 2) Secondary. 3) Tertiary 4) ???
LFA”O”S:IE I think its quaternary
LFA”O”SIE: After that its quinary, senary, septenary, octonary, nonary, and denary if you need them!
Travish: I am amazed!
LFA”O”SIE: All part of the service
Travish: Would you be able to give an example of a quaternary source? I understand the first two, and I THINK wikipedia is an example of tertiary. But I have no clue as to what comprises a quaternary source.
LFA”O”SIE: Not sure it relates to sources in industry it refers to industries providing information services
Travish: Thank you, I’m afraid I must be off now. Sadly, I’m running late for a weight training.
17:28 Anonymous Libarian From a Mountain West University: hi Travish, how can we help you today @(censored) Library?
17:39 Travish: I am researching careers in truck driving
17:40 ALFAMWU: okay, i can try to help you…what class is it for & what kinds of sources do you need? (books, scholarly articles, careers, etc.?)?
17:47 Travish: I have spoken with my career development advisor about potential careers that would fit me based on my bryars-migg test, and I am afraid to talk with him about this, so I am doing personal research
17:48 ALFAMWU: okay, thanks for the update…i can send you some resources, such as careers & truck driving, etc….i’ll be right back, okay?
17:48 Travish: ok yes. THANK you so much
17:49 ALFAMWU: okay, one of the 1st places i’d recomend is the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the US Govt
17:50 ALFAMWU: here’s a link (i used the term truck driving)
17:50 ALFAMWU: so then, u can click on the link about heavy & tractor trailer truck drivers to learn about the job, the salary, the working conditions, etc
17:51 ALFAMWU: is something like this useful to you?
17:56 Travish: i can’t figure out if i need to buy a truck. don’t some people buy a truck? and i cant figure out how i get paid $38,00 a year – is it by the mile or by the delivery? please help me, i am just trying to make sense out of this
17:57 ALFAMWU: okay, i can try to help u…generally, i believe it depends on the company you’re working for after you get all the licenses, etc
17:57 ALFAMWU: i’ll check for more details & be right back, okay?