By: Christopher Lee
August 29, 2019 SEATTLE — News of Amazon’s catastrophic marketing failure has spread like wildfire. “We’re sorry,” said Jeff Bezos, looking down from his penthouse. This comes after Brazilian police discovered CCTV footage of workers wearing Amazon logos setting fire to the rainforest. “We wanted to do something new with our marketing in Brazil. We … Continue reading Amazon Fire Publicity Stunt Goes Wrong
August 23, 2019 BURBANK — Sony has announced a divorce from Disney, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The couple has been together for 3 years and first met on the set of the blockbuster film Captain America: Civil War. While together, they created superstar actor Tom Holland. Fans are heartbroken after the breakup of Disony, but negotiations … Continue reading Sony Agrees to Let Tom Holland Visit Disney Only on the Weekends
Apple’s Tim Cook speaking to investors at a 2018 conference on predatory pricing and inflated costs on the consumer market. August 21, 2019 CUPERTINO — Apple has just announced that its new all electric car, the DrivePod, will not come with a steering wheel as a standard feature of the car. In a teaser video … Continue reading New All Electric Apple Car to be Sold Without Steering Wheel
July 23, 2019 UNITED NATIONS — The UN Economic and Security Council adopted a resolution that grants the working class 25 hours a day last Friday. An OPCVL analysis of the resolution revealed that the purpose of the text was to combat the global issue of socio-economic inequality. This marks an important milestone for poor … Continue reading UN Adopts Resolution to Grant the Working Class 25 Hours a Day
July 22, 2019 VANCOUVER, BC—In a new paper, experts at the University of British Columbia Medical School’s Department of Medical Genetics concluded Friday that there is evidence that smoking can create stronger lungs for future generations. “We believe that this groundbreaking discovery will the public’s perception of the so-called ‘dangers’ of smoking,'' said Dr. Jae-Eun … Continue reading Smoking Found to Create Stronger Lungs for Future Generations
CAMBRIDGE — A report published in Scientific American has shown that there has been a spike in stress levels in students all around the world. One of the major contributors to this stress? University acceptances. “I don’t understand it,” one of the lead researchers commented, waving a brochure from Harvard. “The entry requirements are lower … Continue reading Study Reveals An Increase In Stress Levels in Students
GENEVA — International Baccalaureate Director General Siva Kumari announced a plan for Even Higher Level classes for IB, proposed to be even harder than the Standard and Higher Level courses currently offered. After noticing positive trends in the graduation rate of the IB, she admitted that, “I’ve felt in the past few years we’ve really...
SAN DIEGO — The International Baccalaureate (IB) organization announced that it will be continuing its partnership with Adderall distributors this coming fall. Since the beginning of the partnership in December 2017, the organization has been providing students with 16-liter subscriptions to Adderall, a popular study tool...