“Graffiti is illegal and shouldn 't be done. If the person is so interested in painting on buildings and other property, they should do it on paper and murals. Then I would call it art. Doing something illegal should not be called artistic and beautiful in any way, shape or form” argued Breeanna_Bearn on Debate.org. While it 's illegal many people of the world enjoy it and it will be commonly found as a mural for a park,church or a school.
This law allows police and officers to stop blameless people and frisk them. This law usually targets youth and people of color and this is extremly important reasons to stop it. A first example that shows that the law is not legal is that tons of people who get stopped are innocent. The second example that shows the illegality of the law would be that it is a discriminatory and racist law. However, other people have different opinions, other people think that "stop and frisk" help protects people from people that look suspicious and may risk the safety our society.
Some types of graffiti writing should be considered as art and not vandalism Introduction Graffiti is one of the most controversial issues existing in our society. According to news.sciencemag.org, the Philippine government spends around 5,000,000 pesos to 8,000,000 pesos every year because of graffiti writing. It’s the reason why some people, property owner or policemen consider graffiti as a nuisance. There is validity on both side of the argument. Graffiti writing is a relatively new and developing art form that presets a lot of controversy due to its ways of doing it or its location or its involvement to illegal issues.
The shelters aren 't what they 're meant to be. Instead people bombarded the place with dangerous actions and weapons. Some may argue that the homeless shouldn 't be out in the cold because of human decency, but why would you enter a place that doesn 't secure your safety. Nothing, in this case, is better than something. Being safe and making sure you survive for the next day is their top priority.
Regardless of this fact, many people may still consider graffiti as vandalism. Some also continue to associate it with crime as many idle hands with artistic abilities do graffiti illegally. Despite this fact, many large recognizable companies such as Coca Cola and Microsoft have hired graffiti artists to do murals within their buildings. Many people have opted to hiring the artists so that they can do more acceptable graffiti artwork (TheArtCareerProject.com). With a change such as this shows that a graffiti artist can gain employment by doing this type of artwork.
This was due to the fact that Mr. Frank was afraid of anyone in the building hearing the footsteps and getting suspicious. Being unable to walk, as shown on page 286 as well, limited Anne in her creative abilities and aspirations. Concluding, something that everyone takes for granted that Anne in particular longed to do, was to have a breath of fresh air. At first, Anne did not realize how hard of a task that this would have been, but quickly became more prone to losing things she had loved during the time of the Holocaust. The eight lives and their loss of freedom was another aspect of what living in the Annex was
Resulting in continuous threat to human lives and disruption of normality hence enforcement of war measures act was required to curb the situation. In 7 years leading to 1970, FLQ used terror tactics to communicate their message to people and detonated almost 100 mailbox bombs across Quebec causing high number of injuries and millions of worth of property loss. These bombings occurred particularly the city of Westmount, which was predominantly an English speaking city. Besides Westmount, Montreal City Hall, railway tracks, army installations, and Royal Canadian Mounted Police recruitment offices were also targeted at different occasions to give a symbolic message to the government. first casualty of these bomb attacks was a 65 year old veteran who was one month away from his retirement.
If sex offenders are indentified in the community if a sex offender is caught doing the same crime they are likely to receive a worst punishment from which they received before. The price for committing a crime and the price for doing it again is on a whole other scale. The price of committing any crime again is said to be at least ten times worst than when you first commit it. Knowing it will deter or completely stop sex offenders from coming into any neighborhood that has identified the known sex offenders who live around the area. This can also deter the remaining sex offenders who have yet to commit a crime and some of the ones who have been identified to leave as
In his article, “Get tough on taggers”, Joseph F. Licastro argues that graffiti should not go unpunished and should be considered a crime. Licastro supports his argument by suggesting ways on how offenders should pay for the graffiti they do to our community. Some ways she suggested the offenders to pay is by clearing off the graffiti, buying their own equipment with their money, and putting a tracking device on them. His purpose is to make people see that graffiti is just like any other crime in order to have a harder punishment for
Clothes can get dirty very easily at work, due to the fact that I am continuously dealing with stock and various boxes/cartons which may be dusty. Not presenting yourself well at work can be an issue as it does not promote self-respect, and has a negative psychological effect on customers. People do not mean to have judgmental thoughts, but it is a natural instinct to disregard, or not trust someone dressed poorly, opposed to someone who appears sharp and visually pleasing. Customer perception majorly affects the quality of customer service. If one does not take pride in their appearance customers instantaneously think they do not care about their job and will most likely put off serving them to the best of their ability.
I was visiting a friend there last year and I could not believe that place was part of America. Abandoned buildings everywhere, houses that were set on fire, you could feel the loneliness of that place. It was devastating to see how the country forget these people that live in Detroit and leave them in their misery. Crime is the main problem. People live with fear, gangs burn abandoned houses when they want to, even when people are living next to those houses.