Bob Woodward. Carl Bernstein. Walter Cronkite. Louis Lane. All of these are names of fearless reporters who upheld the tradition of honesty and truth in this great land. They are great examples of amazing writers, and I have an example of the complete opposite. Mr. Adam Renuart.
Adam was the sports editor for the first trimester of newspaper class. For the most part, it was a pointless title, but he used it to gain power and wealth in the newspaper room. He did not follow any of his editorial duties, and he was tyrannical, forcing other people to do his dirty work. Needless to say, the entire Reflection staff was overjoyed when we found out he was leaving.
The Supreme Editor, Thomas Zahrt, was especially happy at the news.
“Mr. Renuart kept trying to take my position as S.E. of the Reflection. He was a rotten usurper, and I am very fortunate that his many assassination attempts upon my life were foiled. Good riddance, I say,” said Zahrt.
The mood and productivity in the Newspaper room has shot through the roof. Many of the staff believe it is because of Renuart’s absence.
“I have been able to get so much more done. He was a nuisance and a bully. I am finally able to concentrate fully on my work,” said senior Lauren Poll.
So, on behalf of the entire Reflection staff, I would like to give my sincerest thanks to Adam Renuart for deserting the Newspaper. Because of you, we have improved tremendously and we have risen to greater heights than you could imagine. Thank you, kind sir.