We can see that this passage discusses the changes in American society thanks to fast food. In the first couple of paragraphs, we can see the author using himself as an example of effects of fast food in him mentioning that he has gained weight. Consequently, the American diet is explained. It talks about the how much American people eat junk food and how cheap it can be. Later on, we notice that advertisement plays an important role since Americans are constantly being encouraged to eat more. Something else about fast food in America is that the size of the food has become outrageous.

Each time more and more people are eating this kind of food and this fast food culture has had an important impact because more people are getting ill due to obesity. Consequently, the American diet is explained. It talks about the how much American people eat junk food and how cheap it can be. Later on, we notice that advertisement plays an important role since Americans are constantly being encouraged to eat more. Something else about fast food in America is that the size of the food has become outrageous.

Each time more and more people are eating this kind of food and this fast food culture has had an important impact because more people are getting ill due to obesity. could afford. After this successful operation in Brunnlitz, Schindler received word that a train of evacuated Jews from the Golezow camp were stranded in the nearby city of Svitavy. As he had done twice before, Schindler pulled some strings at the top and got permission from German officials to take his workers to the nearby station to rescue the stranded. Once at the station, they forced the doors open to the rail car and removed some 100 half frozen Jews. Schindler's wife Emile did her best to nurse the ill back to health.

Those that did not survive were given a proper Jewish burial paid for by Schindler (Paldiel, 1982). Schindler spent infinite amounts of money not only paying for the upkeep of his workers, but paying the government. Schindler was arrested two times while trying to complete his saving operations. Each time, though, he found a new excuse, or paid a little more money. He risked his life, as well as his family's lives, to save a race of people he never even knew.