But how do they get inside?" "they fly," jace said, and indicated the upper floors of the building. [...] "we don't fly," clary felt impelled to point out. "no," jace agreed. "we don't fly. We break and enter." he started across the street toward the hotel. "flying sounds like more fun," clary said, hurrying to catch up with him. "right now everything sounds like more fun.
When we separate the word business into its component letters, b-u-s-i-n-e-s-s, we find that u and i are both in it. in fact, if u and i were not in business, it would not be business. furthermore, we discover that u comes before i in business and the i is silent-it is to be seen, not heard. also, the u in business has the sound of i, which indicates it is an amalgamation of the interests of u and i. when they are properly amalgamated, business becomes harmonious, profitable, and pleasant.
Colombia was a big wheat producer in the 1950's. That was eliminated by what sounds like a nice plan, called "food for peace. " it's a plan by which us taxpayers subsidized us agribusiness to send food to poor countries. This, of course, destroyed the domestic agricultural markets of these countries, opening these markets to us agribusiness.