Browns and Nables book store is hiring - A sign outside the huge building housing the book store with a name similar to a famous book seller is in need of lots of help.
Shelving in the store in San Diego collapsed under the tremblings of a 3.2 quake in the early morning hours of January 10th and "every book in the place is now on the floor", said manager Ruddy Readings.
"All the books that were categorized are now so jumbled up no one knows what goes where and a semblance to order is much needed", an employee on hands and knees related.
There are customers crawling around the floor asking for help to find books of a certain category and "there is no way to get them any help" says Readings.
The "help wanted" sign has mostly been ignored except by groups of individuals who can not read or write English.
Six of those hanging around outside the building, motioned to us that they would appreciate the work. Filling out the applications were another matter and Browns and Nables is now advertising for an interpreter to help with that matter.
"Don't expect our store to be in order anytime soon" said Readings, "but you are welcome to come in and crawl around to search for your book yourself".
Discounts for Disorder are being advertised in the hopes of keeping the customers satisfied.