"Our neighboring town has recently been flooded by unexpected rainfall. Resident homes have sustained little to no damage, but the same cannot be said of the schools that are located at inclining slopes or below-average sea level. Representatives and school staff have deemed the building hazardous for the children and it has been stated that students of affected schools will be sent to schools in our little town. Letters and emails have already been sent to affected students' addresses as to which school they will attend for the remaining semester, and if there are further questions or if you have not gotten your letter please call the number below for answers". The reporters were cheery as Valie sipped her water in pure unadulterated boredom of this mundane news, but, her interest was regained as the reporters' expression went somber and hesitant as they stared at the teleprompter. " Also, in....tragic news, a body was found on the roof of an apartment complex. The victim was identified as Amy Vana, she was reported missing earlier this month but then labeled as a runaway by the police. The parents of the victim have stayed quiet during this time and the police have issued an apology for a lack of judgment. We advise that teens be wary of their surroundings and not roa-." Valie turned off the television and let out a long sigh. She looked at her glass of water as the motion inside circled and then came to a stop. Clear. Fresh. She lifted the glass to the light and in a sudden rage flung the glass to the floor, pieces flew to each corner of her small living room as Valie yelled and stomped. "How are you going to cover something and not show it for the WORLD TO SEE!! THE BULLSHIT OF THIS TOWN!!!!", her breathing was erratic and fast-paced, but, she quickly calmed herself when she saw the clock. "Oooooh no, gotta leave now".