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					                               Have you ever
                               been online?

By Sydney P, and Regan L




                       Have you ever
                        been cyber-
                          bullied?
Sent Message:   New Message:
Why don’t you   Why don’t you
   just kill       just kill
  yourself.       yourself.
If you are the bully apologize to the victim.




                                           New Message:
     Sent Message:
                                            I’m sorry for
      I’m sorry for
      being such a                          being such a
                                           bully, can we be
      bully, can we
                                               friends?
       be friends?
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