GATESTOWN, MD – Stringent trials of a new brick design have confirmed its window-worthiness, according to youths gathered in the area.
“Even with a small sample size, this particular model of brick meets every criteria,” said Brayden Hampden, a seventh grader who was participating in a self-selected truancy program at the Gatestown railyards. “We can say with certainty that these bricks will rise to the challenges of a vast range of paned glass.”
Hampden’s study group employed several windows at an abandoned steel mill in their research. Local authorities attempted to contact the group for further information, but Hampden and cohorts had moved quickly to a new line of research in another location.