Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Just For Fun!!

HeeHee!! I LOVE this!! By the way, I did not write this, but I sort of did help Ryan a little. It is awesome, and it tells you all about LCU! Enjoy! Oh, and I just do not feel like writing now...

By Ryan Summers, Staff Writer
December 5, 2006printable version
For a little over 50 years, Lubbock Christian University has educated thousands of eager students, but recently, talk has flooded national newspapers everywhere that LCU may be a Central Intelligence Agency headquarter, and that those knowledge hungry students are really educating the government. “Chapter S”, or “ChapS” for short, was a CIA installation in late 1955 in Lubbock, Texas. Its primary goal was to gain insight about West Texas college students. The “college” grew slow, as to not arise excessive suspicion by keen farmers and local residents. Despite an unlimited budget for the operation, the school grew consistently, but not excessively for 50 years and counting.
The most important installment to the compound came in 1974 when an eight-story communication and dispatch center was built. Named the “CDC”, Central Dispatch and Control, or as students know it, the Christian Development Center, the eight-story building revealed only two stories above ground, with six others below the surface. It resembled the White house in design and serves as an “alternative evacuation site.” With a heavily concealed entry to the lower levels, via the office of Agent David Fraze, agents are continuously reporting their findings to the central desk on floor Negative Four. Negative Four is where the chief officer for “Operation ChapS” conducts his work. His name: Lieutenant Ken Jones, or as many know him, Dr. L. Ken Jones, with the letter “L” substituting his rank in order to protect the confidentiality of the project.
The Field House, as most know, was a hangar in its earlier life. Many wonder why LCU gained the possession of such an oddity. The United States government handed the hangar down to the CIA to use here, on the compound, as another underground facility, the top floor functioning as an athletic center for subjects. It was also discovered that 1,264 agents report in almost daily, from either this compound or others around the region, and are under the authority of “Chapter S.” Consequently, there are 1,264 seats in the Moody McDonald Auditorium. The Auditorium is suspected to be the location of the Bi-Annual regional meeting, one taking place in late December, and the other, during early July; while subjects are released for a period of time to visit family and friends. The CIA also benefits from the funds generated by the subjects, which they believe are “Tuition” fees, but are rather financial support for the salary of the 135 direct employees of “Chapter S.”
There are approximately 135 CIA members that conduct daily observation at the compound. Many of them pose as teachers, others as security guards, and even janitors. The information regarding the compound was leaked to the public when the FBI, here on campus, interrogated student Taylor Lassiter. One member of the investigative team had a private conversation with another agent, which was overheard by Lassiter, who as editor of the college newspaper took the story national. It is not known exactly why the CIA is collecting such information, but popular belief is that the subjects found participating in “ChapS” represent the finest and most prestigious around.
As “Finals” near, the agents will begin their most arduous of observations, much like Project “MK-ULTRA” which took place in the 1950’s by administering drugs and testing to subjects. Many subjects here at the compound will be under the heavy influence of Psychedelic drugs such as “Red Bull” and “Full Throttle” while forced to take lengthy and difficult exams. While there have been no casualties reported in the findings due to these exams, they are still considered life threatening by CIA agents, and are administered with the utmost care and supervision.
You can walk up to any “Agent” and try to extract knowledge about “ChapS”, but it is unlikely that any fruitful information will come about. All known facts about this compound have been presented here, and any updates will be published as they surface.
While none of this has been acknowledged or confirmed by the Federal Government, it is all completely true.
The preceding story is an insightful (if not totally fabricated – you be the judge) look at what is really going on at Lubbock Christian University. Please keep in mind that taking it too seriously could be harmful to your health!

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