Being lactose and intolerance means you have the inability to digest sugars, lactose, in dairy products. But Drew wanted to be a daredevil and break the rules, so he goes up for seconds. While eating two slices is enough, Drew takes his friend Cameron’s pizza slice. After practically swallowing the pizza slices, Drew at last feels full. However, Drew is lactose and thirty minutes later Drew starts to get a weird fuzzy feeling in his stomach. Drinking the carton white milk and eating three pizza slices in a heartbeat, a trip to the bathroom was going to profoundly change the decision he just made. He began to feel pain in his lower abd...
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In conclusion, Passel and Cohn goals throughout the article were to analyze the occupations of unauthorized immigrants and compare dramatically with US-born workers and note the differences. I believe, the unauthorized immigrants are not getting enough credit as much as they deserve. The unauthorized immigrants lead all categories in major occupation groups than the US-born, they also lead all categories with high shares of occupations, making US look lazy and ignorant. Both US-born workers and unauthorized immigrants should be fairly divided and not create differences. There is a lot of work to be done to either make the unauthorized immigrants citizens for the work they apply or demand more US born workers to do work similar to the immigrants. They are not separate and they are not equal, and if that is the case, then the system is truly broken.
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