(3A) My artifact illustrates a harmful effect of driverless cars, the wrecks the cars get into. The wrecks are caused by how cautious driverless cars are. Also, because of how reckless actual drivers are. I made a comic to illustrate this harmful effect of driverless cars. (3B) So, the comic shows a driverless car being tested, the comic shows that the driverless car wrecks when it comes into contact with other actual drivers.
In Ramon “Tiangus” Perez personal essay the“The Fender-Bender” he writes about two distinct characters, An Anglo driver and a Chicano cop; although they both express the emotion anger and both want to resolve the Fender-bender, the Chicano marks their differences in personalities as he is a prejudice and is wicked as compared to the reasonable and non prejudice. In the moment that Perez puts his car on reverse he accidentally rear ends the company van of the Anglo-Saxon. As the Anglo gets out to see the damage on the van he directs his anger towards Perez and asks him for his license, in which Perez responds with he doesn't have it. His reaction, as stated by Perez, “He scratches his head. He is breathing heavily with fury” (176).
Edit 0 18… Dave Barry, "Road Warrior" Essay Subject and Intention Basically, Barry talks about the different "rages" that exists on a daily basis, which includes road rage, parking lot rage, and shopping cart rage. He explains in a humorous way how unnecessary these rages are in the world today and how they just create violence. Also, aim/intent: to satirize, to poke fun at this behavior while also exposing it. Genre and Context The genre and context are that Barry was living in Miami during the writing of this article, discussing the problems of road rage in a city with a high population. Also, contemporary/modern day.
In the book the people of Maycomb have created myths about Boo, depicting him as someone who is crazy, and someone who should not be messed with. While Jeff the Killer is a popular modern urban legend, originating from the internet to scare people. His story centers around a troubled young teen who starts killing people. Like in many urban legends the descriptions of how characters look are typically exaggerated to create a more ominous theme for readers. Overall the story of Boo Radley can make readers intimidated from the six foot, squirrel eating, scissor stabbing maniac.
Task 3 In the Lord of The Flies by William Golding, William Golding believes man is inherently corrupt; therefore, law and authority is utmost important for mandkind. William Golding is going for a more savage look in the novel for example the plane that the children are on crashes and it kills the pilot. The children end up waking up from the crash and are stranded on an island. These sources “What Makes Us Moral” and the article “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” agree with William Golding’s Lord of The Flies. William Golding is claiming that without law and authority the society would not be using morality.
Paragraph 2: The characters assumptions are realistic because people have very absurd beliefs in reality. Jean Cabot clutched to her husband Rick Cabot and immediately tried to go to the car and cross the street just because she saw two black men walking in a predominantly white area and was under the assumption that they were going to steal her car. Granted they did steal her car but it seems like after the incident her prejudice progressively gets worst. After she expressed her prejudicial views when she made a statement about the Hispanic locksmith stealing her keys and when he turned in her keys she looked as if she was ashamed of what she said. Rick Cabot is just like a real politician he gets robbed by black people and feels the need
In addition, the movie shows that Tom made this comment in front of black butlers, clearly showing how rude and insensitive he is, and how accepted racism is. Another example of racism in The Great Gatsby is when Nick and Gatsby are driving into Queens, New York. When Nick sees a limousine with three black people in it, he reflects "Anything can happen now that we've slid over this bridge, anything at all"(Fitzgerald p69). This quieter racism is just as damaging as Tom’s bluster. It sets people apart and makes them different (Slater 55).
Harlem was not a friendly, rich, white town, so the fact that he chose this setting it made the reader automatically assume that these brothers did not grow up in a stable environment. The narrator described the very stereotypical gang members in Harlem being “filled with rage” and “popping off needles every time they went to the head” (Baldwin 123). Lastly, the change in the author's tone was very evident. The readers could notice when the narrator was talking about life in Harlem or Sonny’s drug abuse because it had a very bitter and cold tone. However, when Sonny was talking about his music the tone was hopeful and positive.
By my definition however, the McClellans are peculiar because they act different from other people in the novel. 2.) According to the society in Fahrenheit 451, the McClellans are peculiar because the uncle drove 40 miles an hour on a highway and her uncle was a “pedestrian” one time, they have all their lights on at night, and they stay up late just talking (pages 6 and 7). 7. The final question that Clarisse asks Montag is “Are you happy?”(Bradbury 7) This question is important because it sets the story in motion.
Like Grendel from from Beowulf drugs can physically hurt people, but they also can cause an internal conflict, conflict like the fear and lament; that Grendel caused the kingdom of Herot. But like the poem Beowulf we have heroes in our societies that fight it everyday. Drugs they appear everywhere, from schools to city streets, and their path of destruction is a devastating one. A part of this path is the families that are constantly being broken up and ruined. From anything like Legal consequences to the drug user putting their addiction before their family.
In the article “Road Warrior” Dave Berry is satirically approaching everyday pet peeves of people in American focusing mainly on the concept of “Road Rage.” He suggests in a comedic format that road rage stems from assumption that quite a few motorists on the road are idiots. Including various ways motorists incite rage in others, such as staying in the left passing lane while traveling slowly. He goes on to list off several different daily rages people in America go through almost every day throughout their daily routines. While reading the article I couldn’t help but to think of the phrase “first world problems” that many people are irritated by despite living in largely better conditions than the rest of the world. Mr. Barry lists various
John F. Kennedy’s assassination was unjust because he works for the equal and civil rights, also his support for the prevention of intellectual disabilities. However, he increases the conflict with the Cuban and communist society, creating problems and disagreements in his administration. You will see reasons, facts and process about his achievements and conflicts during his presidency; finally we will analyze all the arguments to make a conclusion about his administration and his assassination. The shocking images in newspaper and television of police dogs attacking black children and the racial violence made Kennedy feel that broad federal civil rights legislation was necessary, he starts to create the support to change the violence for peace in