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Keurig Stolen

Brie Murphy, EIC

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On Tuesday, September 12th April Grusing’s 5th period class stole Cory Sicard’s coffee maker.

In order to get his coffeemaker back he had to bring 3 dozen donuts and leave them in the science storage room on Wednesday.

Sicard left pictures of does (female deer), and peanuts, leaving a note that says “I hope you like your doe-nuts.”

Grusing’s class gave him back a picture of his coffeemaker saying that if he gives them paper donuts they will give him a paper coffee maker. The note also said that next time they won’t be so nice.

On Friday, Sicard did not bring a note saying, “But what I do have are a very particular set of skills, I have acquired over a long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my Keurig go now, that’ll be the end of it.”

Grusing gave back the Keurig, but they agreed to still have a feud.

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