The Rise of Stephen Murray and his life before he became a pro bmx rider. Stephen Murray started riding bmx race right before he was 3. When he first started riding freestyle dirt bmx he had crashed many time and broke a ton of bones. (Mason) “ Yeah… 2 broken clavicles, 1 broken shoulder blade, 2 broken legs, 1 broken scaffoid bone, 1 broken wrist I think that’s it isn’t it?
The Industrial Revolution, although, helped us take our economy to the next level, created harsh lives for the young workers that worked in the factories. The factories were unsafe because in “History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain” by Edward Baines, it talks about how the children that worked would get eaten by the spinners and overlookers and had the same food every day while working 13 to 15 hours. By getting beaten everyday and working up to 15 hours a day they had weak limbs, making them grow inmobil and crippled. In the testimony of Joseph Herbergram, he stated that he, too, had damaged his lungs and leg muscles, couldn 't carry the weight of his own bones and became crippled. His damaged was caused by the dust in the factory
Now his heart is skipping beats. His one lung is all scared and his other lung might be getting that bad too. I just wish the doctors would figure him out. It is hard because my dad has lost over 65 pounds in less than a weak.
The most inhumane thing about diseases is that humans spread them to each other. In Tuesdays with Morrie, Morrie mourns for himself every morning because of the horrible disease that has taken over his body (Albom 56). Morrie’s disease has caused almost all of his physical capabilities cease to exist. This disease caused Morrie to lose some of his humanity. In Night, Jews being held in concentration camps were constantly catching diseases.
Adam and Eve were banished from The Garden of Eden. Adam was forced to work for the rest of his life and his labor was extremely hard and painful and Eve was cursed with labor pains when bearing children. Furthermore, Lady MacBeth went psychotic, she was so guilty of what she did that she started hallucinating and kept seeing blood on her hands that she couldn’t wash off. Eventually the guilt became too much for her and she ended her own life. MacBeth went down fighting, but regardless he went down.
I feared the worst while I was sitting on the table and when he walked in with a intense looking face I knew it was bad. The doctor told me I had torn my hamstring and it was so violent that it came all the way off the bone bringing some of the bone with it. This meant months of being on crutches and a year of physical therapy. I was depressed upon hearing the news and was sad knowing I probably wouldn't be able to play baseball that year. I was on crutches for six months and physical therapy for another seven months slowly making progress day by day.
On March 12, 1928, the San Francis Dam (made by William Mulholland) collapsed 12 hours after he and his assistant gave it a safety inspection. The broken dam caused about 450 people to be killed. This was the cause of William Mulholland 's horrible reputation. His career came to an end and he lost everyone 's high respect. Some of the people even wanted him to die because he was the cause of them losing some of their family members.
The time of when cotton factories were running was not safe for children or anyone for that matter. This was a time of hiring people to do the dirty work and get hurt. Children working at the mills were beaten, abused, malnourished, and much more. The cotton mills should have never existed with this kind of abuse happening inside the factories. The fact is that these mills were bad for the health of the workers both physically and mentally.
There were fights, vandalism of property mainly in the school of “Martin Luther King Junior High School”. There teachers being laid off because the school didn 't have enough money to fund the teachers. The sewage backup, caused by the failure of two pumping stations forces officials at the high school to shut down the furnaces. Even there sports. For example there football field was missing everything.
Back in history, many leaders are overthrown and killed because corruption of power. Due to the fact, power was not distributed properly to the people they often feel uncomfortable and leads to rebellion. Yet, power corruptions are common these days, it is proven that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely by history and in modern days. In George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Lord Acton’s statement, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” applies to much of the rulers in Animal Farm that show dictatorship and violence.
My father’s health also worsened during this time. His right foot began to swell from the long walks to the Justice Center in Downtown Cleveland to visit Larry, and this affected his work. One day at work, a mental health patient brutally attacked my father. He could not get away fast enough because of his injured foot. My father died just days after his attack.
Jurgis burns his hand while working at the steel mill, because he is a child, he’s not familiar with all the labor laws. There was a significant gap between laws on the record in corporate America and job enforcement. Technically speaking Jurgis as permitted to receive some help from the corporate company to compensate for his wounds. Unfortunately, Jurgis was not aware that he could complain about his wounds resulting in some sort of payout or compensation. This revolves around power inequalities, the people who are poor and can’t afford an education aren’t well informed about the laws.
Last week Terrence Cody, a former NFL player, was condemned to nine months in jail by a Baltimore County judge for cruelly starving his dog to death. The photos of Taz, the dog is tragic! And not only show starvation, but also shows the neglect since Taz was locked up in a cage with urine, feces, and his vomit, it was clear that Taz lived in filth!
The industrial changes of the late 18th century and 19th century revolutionized English society. The Industrial Revolution was The re-organization of production is utilization of machinery to maximize efficiency. It was described by the automation from factories and creation of steam powered engines. Furthermore, the Industrial Revolution enable mass production of manufactured goods in factories. This means more goods to sell for the factory owners, and producing it would not cost as much because all the machines were automated and self-sufficient the only people the factory owners would need to pay are the overseers who manage the machine.
I think that English textile factories were bad for the health of the working class families because in Documents A and C it says that Children were getting hurt constantly, were beaten, over worked, and never had time to eat In document C, John Barley was abused and when someone came to interview them, they had to lie about their treatment , he also worked long hours and their breakfast was very little. When Birley was abused, his boss thought he was dead. When he went to go hit Birley, he quickly put his arm up to protect his head and his boss hit him with all his might. John had A broken elbow and marks. He said “ I bear the marks, and suffer pain from it to this day, and always shall as long as I live…” They also never got fed properly