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Skateboarding: An Arguementive Essay

            Skateboarding: an Arguementive essay .
             Somewhere a teenaged kid is happily riding his skateboard trying to have a good time by fully living his.
             youthful years, when he is suddenly grabbed from behind and forced to the ground by a police officer.
             Some would call this justice, but this innocent child has been vengefully harassed for a crime he didn't .
             even know he was committing; a crime of being a skater. Most of us have never experienced such a.
             horrific ordeal, but for a skateboarder this is a common reoccurrence that is happening way too much.
             Within the San Jacinto Valley there are many young people of various ages that are continuously.
             searching for new and decent places to do what they love to do: skate. Unfortunately, there are no .
             city-provided locations for skating, so skateboarders turn to public establishments that suit their need .
             and desire for skating. This is not the problem though. The real dilemma is that skaters are being hassled .
             for skating at places such as banks and schools. Luckily there is a simple solution: unless the city .
             provides free and adequate locations for skating, skateboarding must be allowed at public places. Many .
             business representatives and school officials have legitimate reasons for the abolishment of skating on .
             their premises. One complaint of businesses is that the skating disturbs customers or discourages .
             would-be customers. Although many skaters, who show a little common courtesy, usually skate after .
             the business is closed, this is a logical argument. Another reason businesses ban skating is that they .
             complain that the skateboarding causes damage to certain types of sidewalk and pavement or that the .
             wax used for certain skateboarding techniques causes unwanted and often unattractive destruction to .
             their premises. A clever proposition to solve this problem is this: If a certain business does not want .
             skating to be allowed on their premises, than the city could collect a fee or tax to abolish skating within.

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