Not quite alice-1Never was there a line this long in human history. Or at least not by the standards of the students at St. Jane's High School. There were roughly 630 students in the entire school. Not that many for a school in New York City. But it seemed much more than that when more than half of them were waiting in line to buy lunch. Usually most of the students (both boys and girls) who attended either brought their own lunches or didn't eat. But no. today, it seemed, everyone had forgotten to pack so, they would all be stuck in a line longer than whole cafeteria. This was not an exaggeration, mind you. About five or six students trailed out the double doors and into the hallway. One of these poor, unfortunate souls was Alois Arkwright. He had fallen asleep in his geometry class again and not heard the bell ring. But it did. And he was late to lunch, and therefor cursed to wait at the back of the ridiculous line.
No wonder he was late. No one cared to wake him or tell him where to go. He had spent