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Harbor Point Building #1 Invades Peninsula Complexes

Building #1 troops occupy the pool area and dream about summertime

Building #1 troops occupy the pool area and dream about summertime

Breaking news from the apartment complexes from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Building #1 of Harbor Point, after many months of deliberating, has decided to invade the Peninsula complexes in hopes of annexing the apartment building back to Harbor Point.
Peninsula executives rumored to have decided to sneak supplies across the sanctioned off boarder to building #1. While the reports are inconclusive, it is rumored that supplies consist of cases of Rolling Rock, Bud Light (for variety), Rubinoff Vodka, Cheesz-Its, and several pounds of marijuana.
Many current Peninsula residents were former Harbor Point residents and the reason Harbor Point Building #1’s leader Vladimir Lutin is using for the invasion.
“We need to protect the former Building #1 Harbor Pointers,” said Lutin.
Officials of the other Harbor Point Buildings are outraged and concerned.
“The Peninsula is it’s own complex and is not part of Building #1. We will not let this stand or recognize any annexing,” said Building #2’s Secretary of State Juan Kerry.
Officials paid by the other Harbor Point buildings have surrounded the area around the Peninsula to prevent the ongoing secession.
The Peninsula is a strategic ground because of its luxury apartments, hi-tech media lounge, swimming pool, and individually controlled heating & air conditioning.
As the days progressed countless brave souls who exited the building were arrested. Tensions increased. Now it seems, as the police officials have to wear riot gear as the Peninsula dwelling protesters have begun throwing empty beer cans at the police.
It is speculated that some Peninsula officials have been paid off by Building #1 to arrest civilians to aid in the cause — making the public view Harbor Point as too oppressive and bring the Peninsula closer to the Building #1 complex system.
If an annexing referendum is brought forward Peninsula residents will have to decide whether the benefits out way the cost and are willing to undertake the payments and convert to the increased Building #1 monetary system.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is now saying the Peninsula apartments were always a part of Russia. Stay tuned…