chris vs. the arctic

chris: 72 // the arctic: 47

Alcatraz Junior High School

My school just upgraded its security to CIA standards. Originally, all one needed to enter Daimon JHS was a key to the front door. Sometimes, the front door was just open anyway. If it wasn't, you pushed the buzzer and the secretary would run downstairs and let you in.

Now, however, it's much more high tech. They installed a video camera facing the front door and two video phones in the office. Whenever someone wants in, the video pops up, the intercom starts, and you can buzz them in. The best part, based on my loose understanding of the Japanese in this morning's staff meeting, is that the 5-digit code needed to open the door will change every Monday!

I would be skeptical about all of this, but there has been a ridiculous number of school stabbings in Japan lately. The only (huge and gaping) hole in this system is that fact that the students' doors are always open! I just hope they don't install some sort of sentinel robot next. Actually... that would be cool!

Evil Robot
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