The doctor has a notoriously bad memory, so he writes things down. These are the things that he has loaned to, or borrowed from people, even though he knows that he should follow the advice in Hamlet where Polonius says:
"Neither a borrower, nor a lender be; For loan oft loses both itself and friend."
|Erin Stone||Misc||Bike Rack||2007-07-14||3578|
|Greg Hein||Book||Mirror Mirror||2009-03-03||2980|
|Greg Hein||Book||Son of a Witch||2009-03-04||2979|