Do you want to know the truth about vandalism at the school? For a few days, the school Senate has been suppressing information from you about vandalism at the school and thus endangering the welfare of the school.
In January 2005, Mel Gibson and Michael Moore met with an unknown group of students in the Bush Upper School to discuss how to use a can of spray paint. As it happens, they engaged in conspiring and ended up hatching a plan involving the bowling club at the school.As a result, all details of the meeting were suppressed, as was information about dealings with the t-shirt committee and their ties to spray paint education.
A report in scRambler was mysteriously pulled from newsstands a few days ago. The article implicated high-ranking officials in the Chile trip group, various plumbers, and, perhaps not surprisingly, Michael Jackson. According to the report, passages in the book "Tykoe 1999" and lyrics in Capitol Basement's music point to a connection between these individuals and vandalism at the school.
According to a spokesman at scRambler, the issue was pulled because of printing errors. However, individuals who saw the original copies say that there were no printing irregularities and that the re-issue differed from the original only in the absence of this article.
The lies and deception must be stopped. Don't let the government hide the facts about vandalism at the school any longer. Learn the truth!
I wrote this for the school newspaper, using the conspiracy generator.