The word peruse means the opposite of what you think it means:
peruse: v – To read or examine, typically with great care.
Quote of the day:
“Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.”
–H.L. Mencken (1880 – 1956), American journalist, social critic, cynic and freethinker
Bounce U and Pump It Up in Chesterfield are not the same place. If you were standing on the roof of one, you could hit the other with a golfball shot from a three-man slingshot (if you bounced it off the pavement a few times). Despite their close proximity to one another and the fact that they are essentially the same business, you can not find either one without a map or good directions. Leaving the map to Pump It Up hanging on the bulliten board does not help you get there from Bounce U.
Oddly, I don’t have a strong opinion about the political soup d’ jour — Illigal immigration. Part of me says – most of them are doing more good than harm by providing a cheap workforce for low skill jobs, and frankly all of us can trace our roots to immigration, so who cares, let them be.
The other part of me says – go through the proper channels and come here legally. If you set up roots in a country that specifically told you not to, well sorry, you knew the risks, and if you get caught and deported, it’s not like you didn’t know it was a possibility.
Actually I think most people don’t have a strong opinion on this — it is just the politicians trying to create an election year issue. We already have laws we aren’t inforcing, including fining companies that hire illigal immigrants, but enforcing those laws doesn’t give politicians anything to talk about to boost their ratings.
In the end, the longer we let the politicians talk about this, the more it will cost us.