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    thinking there’s a monster under your bed? Most of those thoughts come from horror movie creatures from zombies to vampires, but the creatures that really get to you are the big box office horror movie creatures Alien and Predator. Both the Alien and the Predator have characteristics that make your hair stand on end, but Xenomorphs will keep me looking under my bed long into adulthood. The Xenomorph, also known as Alien is a very aggressive endo-parasitiod extraterrestrial arthropodal species. Aliens are predatory creatures seeking the propagation of their species and the complete destruction of beings who pose a threat to their existence. They do that by implanting their embryos inside a host creature.…

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    Alien vs. Predator: Mankind in the Middle We all want to know how mankind developed into the complex system of cultures that we have today. One theory is that our development was directly influenced by beings from out of this world. In this paper, I will be looking at the way assimilation, rites of passage and diffusion directly affect human culture. Specifically, how the Predator culture used each of these to influence sects of human culture. In the movie Alien vs. Predator we get a glimpse of…

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    bed. Well most of those thoughts come from horror movie creatures from zombies to vampires, but the creatures that really get to you are the big box office horror movie creatures alien and predator. Both the alien and the predator have characteristics to make your hair stand on end but, which one makes you keep looking under your bed long into adulthood? The Xenomorph also known as alien is a very aggressive endo-parasitiod extraterrestrial arthropodal species. Aliens are predatory creatures…

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    “Trust doesn’t come with a refill. Once it’s gone, you probably won’t get it back, and if you do, it will never be the same and that's a fact.”- Unknown. In the tv series The Twilight Zone, an episode called The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street. In the episode, aliens took all the power off and eventually flickering all the lights. The neighbors thought that whoever owned the house with the mysterious light was the alien. Eventually, the whole turned into chaos. This episode is based on the…

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    Dot’s Donut Shop. The little town of 879 people in central Nebraska was soon to be a town known worldwide but not necessarily for a good reason. It was the first day of Tom Johnson’s senior year. He hated being stuck in a small town with nothing but a gas station, and a rundown donut shop so as you imagine he was ready to get out of here and go to college. One thing that really interested Tom were aliens. Even though no one else in his class thought he was crazy and did not believe in aliens…

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    Many illegal immigrants work in low-skill jobs. A lot of employers or businesses ignore the law to change the wage rate just because someone would work for cheaper. The U.S over years has been facing the problem of illegal immigrants coming to this country unauthorized but are still able to get a job because businesses don 't want to pay citizen the actual wage. “Pew Hispanic Center puts the number of illegal aliens in the workforce at eight million out of the 11 million illegal…

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    immigrants arrive in the United States, they find themselves in a foreign country, with a foreign language, and foreign customs and traditions. Thus, isolation from familiar settings leads to unparalleled loneliness. In Mora’s poem “Elena,” the protagonist experiences unmatched loneliness when she cannot communicate effectively with her children, or be of use since she cannot speak English (Mora 658). Her pain is articulated into words when she states, “I stand by the stove and feel dumb, alone”…

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    Martín Espada’s poems “Cross Plains, Wisconsin” and “Federico’s Ghost” portray the risks that these illegal workers come across everyday and they constantly have to be on the look out to prevent any harm done to them or their families, they are constantly being threatened. In contrast, Pat Mora, in her poems “Legal Alien” and “Elena,” conveys the concept of changing cultures and being exposed to something completely different from what a person is already accustomed to. These writings express…

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    However, it is important to begin the reform that will start to bring down the growing numbers. Allowing the federal programs to do all they can with state and local cooperation is very important. It may also become necessary to allow state governments to have a little more authority to attempt to put an end to the illegal aliens within their own borders. Both money and resources are a necessity to help make a dent in the growing illegal aliens populations. Stopping them at the borders is the…

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    There are many reasons why there should be a legalization for undocumented immigrants. One of those reasons is that legalizing immigrants will help be safer and there will be a better background check of individuals. It will create a much safer environment anywhere undocumented immigrants go. Another reason would be that undocumented immigrants now have become a great part in job industries, industries that we rely heavily upon. Also, education plays a great role in the United States which the…

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