In the popular television show Breaking Bad, the main character, Walter White, cooks and sells methamphetamine in order to leave behind money for his family after learning of his terminal lung cancer. The pilot to the series does an excellent job of portraying methamphetamine in ways that evidence suggests is true. Most illegal methamphetamine in the United States is cooked in small “stovetop” labs that may only exist for a few days in a remote location. (Drugs, Society & Human Behavior, pg. 135). Walter and Jesse Pinkman, his lowlife addict assistant, purchase an RV to drive to the remote desert region of New Mexico to cook the illicit meth.
Hamlet loves his father and thinks he is most dearest to him and wants to set upon the skies like his father is. He has recurring thoughts to himself about his life and what he should accomplish. His suicidal thoughts mostly come from the thinking of avenging his father and to brutally eliminate Claudius from the game. To gamble with your life that is on the line is a true sign of pure madness. This can most commonly be compared to the "Hunger Games" novel and film where the last one takes all.
Darrel, or Darry has always wanted to become something amazing in life, but sadly when his parents died in a fatal car crash, he was left to raise his two younger brothers, Sodapop, and Ponyboy. More specifically, Darrel chooses his gang over his potential future to care for his friends but sadly, “. . . Darry has never really gotten over not going to college” (Hinton 109). Basically, anybody would choose to finish a career over a more strenuous life of arduous occupations. Of course, Darry would have chosen college over two jobs, but because of his compassion towards the gang, he would choose them over anything.
Calvin can not help but feel guilt for the death of their oldest son’s death while Beth copes differently and shows no emotion. Calvin Jarret is a loving father filled with worry after his son Conrad attempts to commit suicide. Calvin, unlike his wife, feels so many different emotions, but does not know what is the right emotions is to feel. He is a dynamic character who constantly struggles to please everyone because of how much love he has for each member of his family. One example of his failed attempts would be on Christmas Day, “Okay I’m concerned!
An example of this is the infamous Johnny Manziel, who inevitably believed because he was a “big shot football quarterback” he could get away with his corrupt idea of raping his girlfriend. Although I agree with this on a national level I disagree with this on a personal level. I believe there our heroes all around our community; one person I see as my hero is my brother. My brother is a paramedic/EMT and a volunteer firefighter. He dedicates everyday of his life to ensuring the safety of others and helping those in need when they are sick and hurting.
Jem and Scout are fascinated by Boo Radley, a man who lives in solitude, and even though he seems very scary to the children, he ends up saving them from the wrath of an angry Mr. Ewell. Atticus is very understanding of human nature, unprejudiced regardless of race, and he is a good father by teaching his kids important values that everyone should learn from and live by.
He tries to get help from his medical insurance to pay the expenses of the operation, but they let go of his hand because what John contributes every month does not qualify him to finance such an extremely expensive operation. His son, meanwhile, oblivious to the sufferings of the father, comes closer and closer to death. Then there is a change in John 's good that will give birth to another man, a consciousness that will lead him to act, to rebel, without caring about transgressing the values that up to then supported his existence. Finally, he decides that the life of his son is worth more than any rule or law. 2.
but wherefore I know not—lost all my mirth.” His depression over his father’s illness is very real but often rolled up in his faked madness. On the other hand, Ophelia is genuinely “mad,” sick with grief over her father’s death and unable to fit in with the court society. Her scene with her brother, who just confirmed his father’s death, is heartbreaking. She doesn’t recognize him at all.
The choices you make will always have consequences and those consequences can always affect your most loved ones in the novel Montana 1948 , the Hayden's boys take advantage of their last name, the choices that Frank the doctor of Bentrock made ends ups leading a big events of family problems, the event that happened that summer in that small town will forever hunt David childhoods and the Hayden's family. There is sometimes a person that can no longer remain loyal even to a family member. Wesley the sheriff of the county who loves his brother a lot and had a lot of respect for him, he couldn’t remain loyal to his brother because of the crime he had committed, he had to arrest his own brother " Franks down there..." (109) Wes finally arrest his brother frank after doing research and finding out the crimes he has committed this event causes a lot of drama in the family and breaks down the loyalty they have had for years, this shows how a person has a certain point of which they can remain loyal, and people keeping secrets away from someone can make this
His father, diagnosed with stage three lung cancer prompted Keldon to tell him how his own life had become an unbearable burden that he carried with him 24 hours a day every day of his life. How his marriage was a lie. How he wished he had the cancer instead his father, but he didn 't. Frozen by fear he had no idea how to broach the subject. Would his father think that he weird or sick?
In the movie "Gran Torino" the main character Walt lives next door to Vietnamese neighbors. In the movie the character Walt is very racist he refers to his neighbors as chinks and make other statements that are very disrespectful. Walt has alienated himself from his children and it appears that he thinks they are spoiled. It appears that Walt's racism stems from when he fought during the Korean War . During the war Walt was most likely taught to hate the people he was at war with, however it appears Walt hates himself for what he did to the people involved in the war.