Wednesday, July 11, 2007

The Road to Hell Goes Through Melbourne

Sometimes, life can be hell. Especially if you are hell, but you aren't allowed to be hell, if you want to go to a place to make your life less of a hell.

Confused? Then read on. It appears that 5-year-old Max Hell, from Melbourne, Australia, was going to a state school, but was bullied because of his surname. So his parents tried to enroll him in St. Peter Apostle School. And that's when the hell began. The school, it seems, won't allow Max to enroll due to his last name, a German name meaning Light or Bright.

The school said that it would accept the boy only if he adopted his mother's maiden name of Wembridge.

I'd say, Hell no! Not until hell freezes over!


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