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Click-clack click-clack click-clack The keys are pressed quickly and angrily It is a normal day for the girl wake up go to school do homework check Facebook Only one thing is different she is chatting with the strangest person in her grade She is being nice and commenting on her posts filling them with compliments and praise But Emma does not like getting so many notifications even though they are friendly Quickly her anger rises and she decides to do something that she always does to people whom she is annoyed by she bullies themWith little thought she types a long grammatically incorrect message asking her classmate why she thinks that Emily wants all these comments on her profile She does not care whether this person gets hurt by her rude messages she finishes expressing her thoughts by telling the girl to stop being weird Peace out she sends Emily pushes away from the computer briefly satisfied by this act of cruelty She takes out her cell phone and begins to text a friend when her hair begins to blow That is strange she thinks I did not open the windows Emily gets up from her comfortable chair and walks over sure enough the windows are wide open and the curtains are fluttering in the wind She latches them quickly a bit scared but when she starts to walk back to her laptop she hears a voice Turn around Emily the voice calls It is strong and powerful but sounds pleasant to the ears Emily whips around to find the girl she had been harassing standing next to a tall bearded man Who are you She asks And why are you here Caitlin I thought I told you to stop being a creep Emily crosses her arms and waits for a replyMy name is Jesus and you may have heard of me from bible class I have come to you today because Caitlin
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