We approached the subway station, the sun beamed in my eyes like laser. The train came about five minutes later. Everyone felt harried as we were trying to get onto the train like a bunch of bulls. I had my eyes set on a seat which all my friends rushed over, too. On the intercom in the train the next stop was ours.
At night, do not assume that a train isn't coming. Look down the track in both ways to make sure none are coming and then you can cross if there are none. If the lights are flashing you MUST stop. If the lights are not working properly, look both ways and if you can see clearly a mile down each way and there are no trains, you may pass. Do not attempt to drive through, around, or under any crossing gate or barrier, it could
When Rowdy was angry and emotional at Junior he went to Punch Junior. “ ROWDY MISSED A PUNCH!” Junior was shocked when it happened. “I missed on purpose” Rowdy claimed. Junior thinks it’s because Rowdy had tears in his eyes, but I always believed it was because Rowdy didn’t want to punch Junior. He was mad at him… but he didn’t want to be.
We already know there are 42 seats available per car. I estimated that there could be 5 rows of these seats laid out on the width of the train. These 5 rows would of course touch, as a subway car is not that wide. So we have 42 people sitting, and 21 times 5 minus 42 people standing(63 people standing). The answer to this is 105 people.
Boat boy wore the same jacket and same khakis. Maybe he was preparing for his future job in his cubicle because he payed too much attention to his phone and not in class. When subject is in his natural habitat (in the group with his friends) he tends to lose the signal to his phone and begins to interact. When something interesting happens he comes up from below deck. He and his friends have quite a few inside jokes.
The picture included him next to his son who was twenty-two. This prompted #3 to recount a tale of how his son ran away from a fight when he was nine. He felt so embarrassed that he vowed to make a man out of his son and he did not care if he had to break him from trying. He noted that he did when his son was 16 and they had a fight that caused his to hit him on the jaw. Adding after that, he has not heard from him for two years, concluding with the words "Kids.
She had short, brown hair, and seemed to be a little older than Jackson himself. He walked to her, and she swiftly turned around. “Umm… can you help me?” he said, feeling very scared and alone. She examined him. After a long moment of silence, she said,” Who are you, and what are doing out here?” Reality suddenly hit Jackson and he started to get choked up.
It shows how the boy does not take these thoughts he is having too seriously and is just trying to make sense of the world around him. The child-like rhythm also emphasises that the black boy is the speaker and not Blake. It must be made very clear that throughout the sonnet, the speaker is always the black boy and never Blake himself. This is not Blake 's personal views and words but rather those of the little black