Shattered Dreams

October 27th 2013

In The News

Archbishop Andrzej Dziega of Szczecin-Kamien, Poland, has warned his flock about “the real possibility of spiritual damage” from macabre Halloween celebrations.

In a letter that he asked priests to read out at Mass on the Sunday before Halloween, the archbishop warned that some celebrations had become “irresponsible and anti-Christian,” while others beckoned impressionable young people into “a world of darkness.”

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A New Home

At first I was excited to finally arrive at University. Classes were no trouble, I got along with room mates, and town of Moon Bay had decent restaurants and night life. However, is no accounting for taste. On Friday evening guys from dorm and I go out to Discotheque for drinks and dance. While there, one of room mates hits off with tough looking girl. Though girl was pretty, and kinky looking, her idea of playing Doctor involved real knife. Was not my first knife fight but was first that opponent jumps out three story window and runs away. After police deal with fire alarm going off they leave not caring about other going ons. Heh, just like home. Now we just need to find out who girl was and what relation is to missing students.

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August 25th 2013

In The News

Today a house on the corner of Adeline Ln and Fireside Blvd turned into a blazing inferno when chemicals inside the house ignited. Moon Bay Police stated that “At this time we do not know if it is from a drug lab or illegal scientific testing.” The police went on to state that the area is not zoned for any type of scientific work and that the former resident of the house, a Dr. Louis Pasteur, work for Moon Bay University Microbiology Department and even taught at the college from time to time.

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August 24, 2013

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In The News

Criminals could be genetically different

People who commit “white-collar” crime have been found to have brains that are structurally different from the brains of non-criminals with similar backgrounds, scientists said. A study found that white-collar criminals had more grey matter than people who were not criminals.

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