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Stephan J. was born in Barquisimeto,Venezuela in September 7,1994. At age 9,he first came to the USA,and at age 11 he settled here. He is going to be a junior next school year, and he attends Jefferson High School. He has done theater, a variety of sports, and some other activities. He enjoys playing guitar, jogging,listening to music, and more.He listens to mostly rock,but stretches out to genres like country,jazz,blues,shred/instrumental,and orchestral/classical. Stephan plans on going to college, but does not have a definite career or college selected. He also lives with his mom, older sister, and nephew.

(WARNING: The following letter does not express Stephan J’s opinions and should not be taken seriously. The following is told from a persona. A pompous, immoral, and greedy business owner who lives on excess. If you are a sensitive Sally, please proceed to get out. Thank you.)
(WARNING: The following letter does not express Stephan J’s opinions and should not be taken seriously. The following is told from a persona. A pompous, immoral, and greedy business owner who lives on excess. If you are a sensitive Sally, please proceed to get out. Thank you.)
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July 15, 2011.

Dear Racine City Counsel,

Hello, my name is _. I know that you may not know the fundamentals of economy, since you are of the middle class, but ending all-city prom is an atrocious idea. It stops people from spending their precious money in an already bad economy. It slows down the cash flow from coming to us entrepreneurs. If this goes on, I might have to give up some of my precious possessions, for instance, one of my many vehicles.
First of all, expenses could be cut from prom if you take away any unnecessary benefits given to the employees, such as insurance, or healthcare. The amount of money spent on these optional benefits is huge; this change could save the prom itself. This is similar to when I found out I could impose child labor in Asian countries. When I found out, I fired my American employees, and opened a factory in Asia. Now I pay Asian kids 12 cents a day to work for me with no benefits. Life is good, but I digress.
I also think that if these middle to low-class “people” decide to give me more money than they can afford, then by all means do it. They probably don’t have the capabilities to recognize that they have a budget, it’s their own fault. Similar to how my first seven wives during the last 5 thought that they could get away with money during our divorces. In the end they wound up broke, for they signed a prenuptial agreement, even though I cheated on them with the following wife.
Of course, you must also know that canceling this is very un-American. This country was found on excess, and thrives on, as do I. I put rubies over my sapphires, a gun rack on my gun rack, a gold-plated toilet seat, or spinners over my spinners in my cars. If it so wrong for me to hope to have these commodities, than this is not the beautiful America I once knew.
I really hope for the sake of us business owners that you reconsider. Trying to get rid of unnecessary benefits, handing the responsibilities to the money cows, and supporting our pristine American way is the way to go.

Sincerely, _.