Under the pounding waves of the noon sun a man wiped the sweat of his brow and approached a door. His callused finger tips touched the cracked red door and pushed it aside. Another man appeared from somewhere inside the poor shack that passed as a home in their violent and poverty-ridden city of Juarez, Mexico. The man from inside the falling apart shelter greats the man entering, as they are good friends despite recent lack of contact and the new occasional arguments they seem to be havnig. “Hola José, please sit” “Gracias Jesús, but we need to talk” José replied.
Camp Ironback, in all terms, is a rather uneventful camp if you aren’t involved with the dragon taming. He is almost used to the waiting, by now. That’s what war is mostly, waiting between raids and chaos, but never at ease. He’s constantly on pins and needles in anticipation of the next bout of noise. Officer Sofia Brown is sitting alone at the corner bench in the cafeteria tent when he walks in, late for lunch rations.
ACT IScene 1(Lights up. It is dark outside on a cold November evening, John is sitting alone on a worn sofa, he wears a sharp well-fitting suit, he finishes his beer, loosens the tie around his neck and carefully folds it into his top left blazer pocket. John sighs, takes a minute to notice how messy the apartment has become. He sighs again, walks over to the record player and puts on 'Glory Days ' by Bruce Springsteen. The music begins and begins to pick up all the empty bottles and take away dishes around him.
He decided that he would sue the Fast Food restaurants that he ate at, with a compelling argument of” I thought that this was good for you, because I was told that this was 100% real beef.” One or another Caesar, has responsibility to take care of himself. Smart or not, Caesar should know what is good for you and what isn’t. He should also know not to sue things for such silly reasons. It isn’t the fault of the fast food restaurants for his obese problems. He chose to use all of his money on K.F.C, Burger King and McDonald 's.Caesar is like a teacher with no knowledge.
In the courageous film We Bought a Zoo, directed by Cameron Crowe, Benjamin Mee progresses through life with worry and wanting to fix every problem that crosses his path. In the beginning of the movie the Mee family is having a busy morning, with little time for breakfast .Dylan asks for waffles and Ben says “ No, no, no, I want you have eggs, man. We have time. You need the protein.”(Crowe, x;xx) Even though there was no time for eggs, Benjamin still worried about the smallest problem in that situation. Later in the movie, Dylan and Ben are inside the Principal’s office, and Benjamin tries to fix the broken, squeaky window.
Brinkley attended Harvard and Princeton and later taught history at Columbia University. McPherson received his college education from John Hopkins University. He is a Civil War historian and professor at Princeton University. He also received a Pulitzer prize. All three of the authors are white and come from fairly privileged backgrounds, judging from the universities
Reckless driving is dangerous because you aren’t aware of your surroundings, going too fast to where death is involved, and others will be hurt. Gabe Wiegand woke up tired eyes when the sun rises, and he began to get ready for the day. Gabe can’t wait for today, while munching on his waffles he hears a car door shut. Looking out the window is a small red car, with his brother’s friend coming to the front door. Yelling downstairs Gabe said, “Asher, Ben is here!” Gabe continued to get ready by brushing his teeth with his mint scented flavor and making his
An excellent film that demonstrates a mental illness is As Good As It Gets. This film is based on the East Coast in Manhattan in 1997. The main character, Melvin Udall, who has the mental disorder, is challenged everyday to complete task of what the average person thinks is simple to complete. For instance, Mr. Udall has the hardest time not being able to sit in his exact spot every time he goes to the same restaurant. His mental illness affects himself and his surroundings.
Just a week ago I was in the main office along with a group of friends waiting for the arrival of Mr. Medina, who we were told was currently in a meeting by the snobby blonde lady in the main office. As we waited for our assistant principal to arrive, a Domino’s pizza deliver guy came through the doors with stacks of pizza piled high ,the strong greasy smell grabbed the attention of our noses we all starred at the boxes at he placed it on the counter . As the pizza disappeared one by one time flew by at that point we realized lunch was almost over. We were all fed up and hungry. At this point we had the urge to leave realizing that there wasn’t any pizza left, but we knew that this matter was urgent.
1.Which movie did you watch and give a brief synopsis of the story: The movie I watched was “As Good as it Gets”, which is about a middle aged, wealthy writer named Melvin Udall, who suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). He is obnoxious, rude, obsessive, compulsive, racist and homophobic. Udall lives by a strict schedule, dines at the same restaurant at the same time of day, eating at the same table, and having the same waitress, named Carol. Udall’s neighbor is named Simon, who with his dog create havoc for Udall by disrupting his ability to concentrate, write, and keep control over his OCD. Throughout the movie barriers are broken down through dialogue, self-reflection and emotional awakenings.