"That's one way of dealing with things, although you're basically in charge of everything, it might not work out too well." Peter frowned but apparently the man was serious. "I- thank you, but I don't usually drink right after lunch. I'd like to be somewhat coherent if James writes back."
He shook his head. "God, don't say that. It assumes that we'll be here forever. Hopefully if we get enough people, the castle will let us move, even if only to Hogsmeade. Have real homes and shops. We do need an economy at some point if we want to have an impact on an international scale."
Peter snorted. "It seems to go like that, and that's why we do have a little department to think of these things and not let it get lost when stuff happens." He nodded. "But then the house-elves have to know figure out if that person is a danger. The good thing is that they can Apparate. "All right so let me know."