MARY ANN CANLAS
I think everyone has an unforgettable experience, so do I. And it causes a deep effect on me. I got up very early and went to the library because the exams were around the corner. The library was full of people and no vacant seat. Therefore, I left my bag on the desk to reserve my seat and went out to eat lunch. After I came back, my bag was disappeared. I asked some person near my bag. But nobody knew what had happened and noticed someone steal it. Although it was just one hundred in the wallet, I was still nervous. All my books were on the bag! I had to study it. I rushed to the information station and told the guard that my bag was stole by someone. At the same time, another person ran here and told the guard same things. Then we started to watch the earlier monitor video together. However, we all astonished at the true. It was totally two different thieves. One day, two thieve on the library. All in all, I had experienced how bad our society order is. Now, I became more careful about my personal property. No matter what is on my bag and where I go, I always carry my bag!
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