@locolobo: That school was made by the amazing mattb325 and it's called Bourke Street Public School. You can download it over here on the lex.
Once there was a town called Ranton and not much later New Ranton, they were divided by hatred and reunited by money. (What else?) Let me tell you the tale...
Till this day the rediculous fight continious, Every year at the Emeryville Festival there are still figths between Ranton and New Ranton citizens. Meetings between Ranton and New Ranton residents doen't always lead to a fight but it always results in a discussion. Some examples:
1) Between a regular Ranton farmer and a regular New Ranton farmer:
NR: "We've got the best flowers in all of tremorton valley! They are a true sign of god's existance!
R: "So what! Animals eat flowers! They $%&^! em back out! They aren't pretty anymore after that, believe me! No, the true sign of god's existance is all the magnificent livestock at our auction. A real marvel, all so big and healthy!!
NR: "Nobody talks about our flowers that way! *KAPOW*
2) Between two bankers:
R: "Our local stock corrected itself really nicely in the second semester of the third year of this quarter due to the fact that the financial planner stock split our investional planner who's p/e ratio was enormous!
NR: "Our interest was 7 percent last year AND we even made a substantial profit"
R: "...And your p/e ratio?"
NR: "Does that really matter?"
R: "F*** YOU!"
3) Between two housewives:
R: "Whore!" *Longest bitchfight you've ever seen*
I could go on and on and on but that wouldn't move this story forward, would it?
The solution is in sight!
But first: Let's see what the bordering farmers community of Three Waters thinks?
"We don't give a sh*t!"
Aah, such a friendly part of Tremorton valley.
--> Back on track:
Although the solution is actually a problem.
(And if you want to hurt people really good you should mess with their wallet!)
Several measures to fight the crisis were presented. One of them was building a connection between Ranton and New Ranton. At first the mayors looked at eachother and had a good laugh. Yet a few months later nobody was laughing anymore. The crisis had hit hard in both towns more than the other towns in Tremorton Valley. The meat from the Ranton Livestock Auction was deemed to expensive and the New Ranton Flowers transportation coasts were too high too be profitable. So at last the proposal to rebuild the San Pablo Bridge was accepted.
The results: Local building companies had a new (big) project, the Ranton town ordered flowers from new ranton to decorate the town, taxes were lowered, flowers could be transported more coast effeciently via the Ranton railstation , the livestock was fed with second choice flowers and so slowly but surely Ranton and New Ranton climbed out of the gutter.