When the family stops for lunch at the barbeque stand, the grandmother again brought up the conversation about the Misfit and the people that were there agreed with her by saying people is not nice as they used to be. As the family got back into the car, the grandmother still tries to persuade bailey about going to the house with the secret panel in it. Suddenly, while Bailey was driving down the road, the cat that the grandmother brought on the trip (which no one knew about) after Bailey told her not to bring the cat jumped on his shoulder, which leads them to run off the road which causes the car to flip. After the accident, the grandmother still tries to manipulate Bailey by acting like she was hurt limping out the car for he would not be mad at her. The accident causes the family to stand on the side of the road and wave down cars.
He was no longer Chris Mccandless he was now Alex Supertramp. He would no longer shave his beard and began his journey to seek what he so longed for. He would get rid any and everything that reminded him of the resentment he felt towards his family but mainly his father. His father played a major role in him wanting to deviate from his family. Chris burned his money and left his car abandoned which was his initial plan but thing played out that way.
He is much like a leech, hurting others for his own benefit. When Wilson goes to Tom to find out who the owner of the yellow car is, he “told him the truth” knowing very well the deranged state Wilson was in (9). Tom did this because he knew Wilson “was crazy enough to kill [him] if [he] hadn’t told him who owned the car”
Jades character gets interpelated into society in a number of ways. The first time it happens is in the beginning when she runs into her dad at the mall and awkwardly must tell him that she got her period which leads to him buying a million different feminine hygiene products and leaving Jade embarrassed. When Jade tells the story to her friend Cori she responds “You…you had to go to the drugstore with your Dad?” More laughing. “That’s… the funniest thing…ever.
Smith stepped to the side to call her husband about dinner. As she was speaking to him, nobody noticed when a man dressed all in black and wearing sunglasses slipped his gloved hand behind the booth and grabbed the little brown bag holding all the money the booster club had earned that night. As he was walking off, Mrs. Smith returned to the booth to find the bag missing. She asked all the other sponsors if they had moved it, or seen it, but when they hadn’t, she began to panic. Meanwhile, the thief had thrown away the brown bag and his gloves, and started to make his way back to the motel he was staying at.
In chapter two, they attend the drive in and end up meeting two nice soc girls named Cherry and Marcia. Dally isn't too good with the ladies and he ends up with a coke in his face. The greasers learn that not all socs are piracy stuck up rich kids. Chapter 3, Johnny and Two Bit walk Cherry and Marcia home when they are almost caught by their boyfriends, Randy and Bob. They got off the hook without any trouble.
Nick doesn't want to leave Gatsby alone, but eventually heads to the city. Nick and Jordan discuss what happened between them and then the conversation comes to an end. Nick narrates about what happened at the garage after they left the previous night. Catherine is drunk when she is informed about the death of her sister, and Wilson talks about a yellow car and how he has a way to find it. Wilson said Myrtle ran out to speak to the man in the car and he wouldn't stop.
For starters, Ponyboys actions affected his older brother Darry in chapter 1-4. Ponyboy decides to go to the theaters by himself without anyone from his gang to company him. He finished his movie and decided to walk home even thought he could have called someone to pick him up, and a lot of Ponyboy’s decisions affect his older brother Darry. “I could have called Darry and he would have come by on his way home and picked me up, or Two-Bit Mathews--- one of our gang--- would have come to get me in his car if I had asked him, but sometimes I just don't use my head .It drives my brother Darry nuts when I do stuff like that, 'cause I'm supposed to be smart” (PDF pag.
He was so determined to get home he dragged his men to the ship ad tied it down. Rapunzel (Disney’s Tangled) was determined to see the lanterns that her parents (little did she know) lit for her every year on her birthday. She always looked at them outside her window, but she never went to the village to see them. Now it’s her 18th birthday and she is determined to see them.
I disagree with him explaining it may be the steering wheel of the car or simply his glasses. I try to persuade Willy that it may have been everything other than his own fault, providing him comfort. Willy rejects every reasoning for his trouble so i simply resign. Willy explains that he could 've killed someone with his reckless driving. I didn 't want to upset him any longer so I simply suggested he lay down and
“That will work out just fine. I and the boys will get an early start tomorrow... Doc went to the labeling desk and wrote a note to Red Williams at the gas station, authorizing the issue of ten gallons of gasoline to Mack.... “Doc,” he said, “you can get to sleep tonight and not even give frogs a thought. We’ll have piss pots full of them by the time you get back.” (Cannery)
Her mother called that afternoon and told her that Sea Pines says she is refusing treatment and they will remove her. This gave Callie a bit more confidence than usual to quit what she was doing and speak up. In therapy she spoke out on how she thought it was her fault her brother suffered from asthma and that her mother made her feel that way. She still felt as though she needed more answers to her own situation.
" Jeantel warned Martin that the man might be a rapist and urged him to run. Zimmerman told the dispatcher, "Shit, he 's running," and got over his car to follow him. The dispatcher, sensing that Zimmerman was giving chase, asked, "Are you following him?" When Zimmerman replied, "Yeah," the dispatcher said, "Okay, we don 't need you to do that.
Gatsby died looking at his killer, but George Wilson shot him from behind. Gatsby was madly in love with Daisy Buchanan. When Gatsby was younger he told Daisy how he felt and she said sorry but she dose not marry poor boys. It was a devastating blow to Gatsby and he sent off to get rich for Daisy.