But, roughly all of the cranes died due to of the shining crown. In The Foolish Men of Agra, Akbar was trying to outsmart Birbal, who is very wise. He tells Birbal to find six of the utmost foolish men. Birbal find one, who fell into a puddle when he was getting fabric for his wife. He was trying to get up without using his hands, for fear that he would lose to measurement of the fabric.
He can control the trolley which is running with a high speed down a side track by turning the switch. By doing so, he can save five people, but result in one person who is tied to the track in another direction to be killed. The other case, called the fat man case, introduced by Thomson (1985), is about pushing a fat man from a footbridge, who is substantial enough to stop the trolley. Then, the fat man gets killed. To deal with these dilemmas, utilitarianism and duty ethics theories should be taken into account.
When the train was there, the kid alongside his dad was rushing to the train. When the train was boarding, one of his shoes slipped off and fell on the ground. The poor kid saw the shoe on the ground & realized that he had seen them in the past. The train began moving, he saw the kid staring at his shoe from the train door. The poor kid grabbed the shoe and began pursuing the train trying to give the shoe back.
The man with the handle bar mustache shrugged and hopped in the truck and started his engine, the two other men looked at tom like he was crazy, one man ran to the middle of the road and said "on your mark... get set... GO!" Tom immediately took off running and the mail truck took off with him, the mailman was breaking a sweat once he had seen that the mail truck was catching up at rapid speed, tom knew that he had to save his job, he ran faster than he ever has before leaving the mail truck in the dust. Tom saved his job, but still ended up getting mail trucks, for the lazy
Some sub crews continue to run up the ramp towards the pathway of level two but being shot dead by the level two and three six-limbs men. Some crews lead by the captain climb up the frames of the chemical storage tanks with fast action, the level two and three six-limbs men just aim at them without shooting for they dare not. All the straight terrace level ending parts have a curve out to meet a vertical building near the tanks. They climb up to the same level of level-two's pathway, the tanks are just six feet apart from the pathway, yet they can't jump on it so easily because if they leave the tanks the six-limbs men will fire at them without hesitation. The distance between the tanks and the control room is a hundred meters.
Those scenes are, Teddy dodging the train, Chris comforting Gordie at the body and boys arguing with Ace’s gang. The first important scene that shows difference in character development of Chris and Gordie is an episode of Teddy wanting to dodge a train standing on the railways. In both the movie and the novella Teddy, sometimes being driven by his emotions, acts as he was storming a beach in Normandy during second World War pretending that the train approaching him was the German enemy. His intention was to dodge the train by jumping off the railway at the very last moment. However, he was pulled of by one of his friends, which in the novella is his friend Gordie, that makes him very angry and causes a conflict between the two.
A low angle shot is seen from the dogs view on the floor to show that the people seemed very big to him and he was frightened so he ran off. Later on, Sparkie saves Victor’s life in a fire but Sparkie dies. The neighbors who hated Sparkie then help Victor bring him back to life with the power of the batteries from their cars. At the very end the camera
Caviola and Faber (2014, p.1) write that you are standing on a bridge and an old man is standing next to you. Under this bridge, there are railway tracks. There are five people who are standing on it. Suddenly you see a trolley which is coming fast towards the five people and they cannot escape. You could push the old man over the bridge to stop the trolley and save the five men .what are you going to do?
From a distance he saw the train coming, suddenly within a twinkle of an eye, then his determined heart wary. He loses his focus "I have no money can 't get on this train," he reminded himself. He doubted and turned to leave in disappointment. Painfully he slowly crippled back home regrettably and looking pale. Just in time along the way, as he crippled home he met another younger cripple going towards the same train.