Known for breaking major news stories before most other outlets, the Facebook page “PHS Confessions” made headlines this morning when it added to its already lengthy list of journalistic achievements by publishing the whereabouts of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, an aircraft that recently went mysteriously missing while en route to Beijing.
At approximately 9:03 a.m., Flight 370’s pilot sent the now famous confession, revealing the much anticipated location of the plane. The post immediately became PHS Confessions’ most popular post since a heroic sophomore’s bold admission that “zits are part of the adolescent experience.”
Many PHS students were eager to comment on the confession. While most lambasted the pilot for the unprofessional nature of his actions and the grammatical mistakes in his post, one student insightfully pointed out that “people don’t seem to notice how broken you are until the very last second.” Consistent facilitation of this type of poignant, thought-provoking, intellectual discussion has earned “PHS Confessions” acclaim from PHS students and faculty alike.
According to the confession, the missing plane is currently located in the Fagles room.