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Personal question. Feel free to not allow me to intrude.

However, having broached the subject, allow me to lead:

Arcadia (California) Public Library
Arizona State University (temporary) card
County of Los Angeles Public Library
Las Vegas-Clark County (Nevada) Library
Long Beach (California) Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library
Maricopa Community College District Libraries (Phoenix area)
Orange County Public Library [California]
Pasadena (Calif.) Public Library
Phoenix (Arizona) Public Library
San Bernadino (Calif.) Public Library
San Marino (Calif.) Public Library
Santa Monica (Calif.) Public Library
South Pasadena (Calif.) Public Library
Tucson-Pima (Arizona) Public Library

...and I thought I had a Louisville (Kentucky) Public Library card, but I can't find it.==

...and yes, I do buy my own books, also. :)
 

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I'm not sure of the system in the rest of the UK, but all the public libraries in Birmingham (35 or something) come under one network, so I only need one card to access them - which is pretty convenient, since I'd be terrible at keeping track of where each one is. Of course, that means I can only have eight books out a time, which means having to nick other family members' library cards whenever the need arises :unsure:
 

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I haven't borrowed anything for a long time and I'm a university student :lol:
 

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I prefer Barnes and Noble these days. Public libraries are very limiting, except for getting copies of the NY times when I meant to buy a copy and failed to do so. :lol:
 
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