It's impossible to deny the profound effect that immigration, both illegal and legal, has on all of the country's structures. Just this morning Atlanta Magazine notes that despite prolonged efforts to find a service industry dishwasher willing to be profiled in an upcoming issue as an "unsing kitchen worker," not one was comfortable being put in the spotlight. "They don't want their picture taken, name given, or anything that would draw attention to themselves," said a representative for an Atlanta restaurant group that wished to remain anonymous. The representative pointed out that over two thirds of the group's kitchen employees are Latino immigrants, and that "if things keep going this way, we may start losing a lot of our Latino help. Most of my guys are running pretty scared right now."