It was just a normal day for me. I woke up, ate breakfast and waited outside for the bus. As I waited, Jenna (Joey’s Sister) had Joey on her back . As they approached me I thought to myself, Shouldn 't Jenna be on Joey’s back? Anyway the bus came and half an hour later I was in R and R in Mrs. Cieslak room.
By the time she checked the engine it was 3:30.I got home around 4:00 which put me 30 minutes behind schedule. I finally arrive at softball practice around 5:30 Alabama time, 6:30 Georgia time. That is really bad because it is suppose to start at 6:00 Georgia time and 5:00 Alabama time. My coach didn’t scream (thank the lord) but I didn’t really have to worry about that because my coach isn’t really a screamer. He was really upset and made me do 20 burpees which are the worst things on earth.
In the article "Don 't Blame the Eater," by David Zinczenko demonstrates the argument of blame towards Fast-food restaurants due to teenage obesity in the country. As Zinczenko 's essay progressed, he included his personal experience to be used as a credible source. Along with his experience he includes imaginary and sets a particular tone to achieve an effect to persuade his audience. In disagreement to his standing point, he ignores all perspectives to create a one choice response. Zinczenko had a good method to capture the audience 's attention.
Alicia is in a situation where her mother has died, leaving her alone to cope with poverty, and the only way out is through education. The text says, “young and smart for the first time at the University. Two trains and a bus because she doesn't want to spend her whole life in a factory or behind a rolling pin” (Cisneros 31). Ever since Alicia's mother has passed, Alicia has been learning to cope with poverty and realized that the only way out of poverty is through education. Alicia values education so much that it causes her to take two trains and a bus a day, only to get to
Childhood is the most innocent phase. Most children remember when they were ten years old. They remember on their first day of fourth grade, their mom and dad would not let them leave on the school bus until their chubby little baby face filled the tape of a wind up camera. When it was time to finally be able to leave, they caught their parents following the bus in a familiar vehicle to the school and as they pulled in they thought they had escaped them. Startlingly, they found them standing at the classroom door because mom needed a hug.
In the first 24 hours of the Hiroshima bombing more than 90000 people died from the fires and the initial blast. Just because the bomb has already been dropped the death toll rises everyday because of injuries from the blast and radiation from the bomb. People who live 10 - 15 miles from the drop zone will most likely have health issues and some will die because the radiation doesn't immediately kill you but if you're exposed to it it starts to destroy your insides which makes you extremely and results in a long slow death. Deaths from radiation in Hiroshima are expected to kill another 50000 people over the next decade. One of the reason so many more will die is because there is no hospitals left in the city capable of caring for the now injured and sick
There were stains on the walls and it smelled like old tortillas and that piminto and cheese dip his mother loved so much.. His mother was still upset and trying to change her son’s mind. It wasnt working. He was positive
America is one of the world’s “fattest county’s.” It very puzzling to ignore a fast food ad that is why David Zinczenko does not blame the eater as he furthermore explains why the government should regulate the fast food industry in his argumentative essay, Don’t Blame the Eater, published on November 23, 2002. On the other hand, Radley Balko attempts to persuade readers that people should be responsible for what they are consuming every day inside What You Eat Is Your Business, published on May 23, 2004. Both of these persuasive articles contain strengths and weaknesses as they attempt convince readers to take their side.
Racism against Black People in the United States Amal Mohamed Qatar University Racism against Black People in the U. S Fifty years ago, a black American woman named Rosa Parks refused to leave her seat on a bus she was riding on her way to her home in Montgomery, Alabama, in the United States after finishing a busy day working as a tailor. The Jim Crow laws in the States at the time stipulated that blacks pay the ticket price from the front door, board the bus from the back door, and sit in the back seats, while the whites have the front seats. It 's even one of the rights of the driver order the black seated passengers to leave their seats in order to be seated by a white person. That day, Parks deliberately didn 't give up her seat to one of the white passengers and insisted on her position, simply refusing to give up her right to sit on the seat she chose.
When my brother and cousin were both read we all made our way to the bus stop with our parents. As soon as I sat down I felt nauseous, back home I used to get really bad motion sickness from buses. I immediately started a conversation with my cousin to help distract me. My cousin helped me get to my class and soon left to go on her own.
Rosa Parks is known for the mother of civil rights;her knowledge in civil rights led to her rebellion against racism and hate. When Rosa was younger she was very aware of Jim crow laws. Black people had to ride different busses than white people to school(."Montgomery”). She went to a public school at age eleven and later dropped out to take care of her grandma.
and I guess I spend so much time looking for it that all the buses started leaving. I was scared because now I had no idea on how I was going to get home. I went to the school office and talked to some teachers in there, one of them gave me a ride home. I was very thankful for it but I knew that was 't going to become a daily thing so the next day I had to find my bus.
Rosa Parks stood up for what she believed, or rather, sat down for what she believed. On the evening of December 1, 1955, Parks, an African American, chose to take a seat on the bus on her ride home from work. Because she sat down and refused to give up her seat to a white passenger, she was arrested for disobeying an Alabama law requiring black people to relinquish seats to white people when the bus was full. (Blacks also had to sit at the back of the bus.) Her arrest sparked a 381-day boycott of the Montgomery bus system.
total toxic air emission from refinery stack equipment by 43% since 2004. Richmond toxic corridor experience some health problems. nobody came to check on the health of North Richmond. for 100 years. world war II African American no where else to go white
October 14 7:07 am: The raindrops glisten as i walk along the road listening to my walkman. “another day another blunder” i thought to myself. when im a minute away the bus drives right by me. “oh crap” i pull out my phone to call my parents. When I get to my bus stop I like all my parents and they come pick me up but when they before they do that they yell at me like every other day when I get to school I go straight to the band room to drop off my bass clarinet.