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I find it interesting how even now, in the world we live in, we still classify people into different races. I don’t get why we feel the need to do this. Being a white female, I have never experienced racism for myself, but I do have friends who have had to deal with. It still surprises me to this day that it persists in our society and continues to be an issue that must be extinguished. I don’t even think that we can categorize humans into different races because though we differ in our physical traits, they are not consistent and are irrelevant with each another (Diamond, 1994, para. 35).

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Is it better to take any job than to be unemployed? Without any doubts, it is. As an example, if an individual doesn't have a job, he wouldn't be able to pay the bills and will end up full of debts or could even end up living in the street. It doesn't matter if it is an unpleasant job, there is nothing that keeps someone from searching a better one eventually. Of course, some limits apply, since the job shouldn't cross the illegal borders, because the prison could be the next stop.

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                The article I read is “Dogs use same parts of brain to process speech as humans.” This article is about a research project done on dogs in Budapest. The issue in this text is whether dogs process speech similarly to how humans process speech, or if they don’t. After reading the article I think the conclusion is that they do. 1. Dogs use the left hemisphere of the brain to process words. 2.  Dogs use the right hemisphere of the brain to process intonations. 3. Humans use the left hemisphere of the brain to process words

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<p>Recently Sea World announced that they would be closing down their orca breeding&nbsp;program, meaning they will no longer have Orca whale shows. This announcement came as great news to a lot of world, as millions of people were outraged on what the effects of Sea World had done to these animals. Due to the small enclosures that the whales are kept in, some for almost 30 years has seem to slowly driven some of them insane. One whale&nbsp;actually killed and ate part of Sea World's head trainers a few years ago.

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