Chewed Gum Belongs in the Trash I strongly believe you should always dispose your gum in a trash can after you’re done chewing it. A vast majority of people leave their gum wherever they chose to and don’t take into consideration the effects. There is always that punishment in a movie where a kid has to scrape the gum off of desks since students stick their gum underneath them. Also have you ever seen black spots along the sidewalk and ever wonder what they are? Well, here’s your answer: Gum.
These things can be useful for homeless dumpster divers though. Homeless dumpster divers can have what they need and even possibly what they want. Eighner argues that, “students throw food away around break because they do not know if it has spoiled or will spoil before they return… I tend to gain weight when I am scavenging…dumpsters contain...pill bottles...unused condoms.” He is trying to explain that homeless dumpster divers may not have a life filled with lavish possessions, but they have a life that they can live. Dumpster divers find many things that other people have thrown out and they use what they need to survive. Eighner is trying to prove that people can in fact live off dumpsters because of all of the things people throw
The hot summers came along with intense heat, heavy rainfall, mosquitoes everywhere, and open sewers. Although these odors did a great danger on the people’s health business would still go on. Since the Americans had just won the Revolutionary War everyone was celebrating and too busy to notice the fever walking among them. In the streets of Philadelphia quarantine was very low standard. “Dead dish and gooey vegetable matter were exposed and rotted, while swarms of insects droned in the heavy, humid air.”
According to the article, as night time approaches, many of the homeless seek for a safer environment, however the Los Angeles Police Department attempts to contain them. The police department feels as if the homeless will get comfortable in all of Los Angeles resulting in poverty all over the city instead of ten square blocks. Homeless people are extremely restricted in their hometown. Los Angeles has gotten rid of benches in the parks and bus stops and made the sitting accommodations to where people have to sit on the benches instead of laying down. Resulting in “bums” not sleeping anywhere, but where they are allowed, Skid Row.
While this is not the whole reason why we had so many people trashing places, it didn 't help. For this is why I disagree with the comment that it is nobody 's fault but the person who bought the house. There is some blame sharing that needs to go around on that issue. That 's okay; we will be talking about this again soon with the automotive loans. I lost count of the number of new car tags
In conclusion, I am on the fence with the topic of Nanny States. On one hand they can protect citizens and our planet from carelessness. Carelessness such as not recycling, or smoking cigarettes causing other people to get sick or uncomfortable. On the other hand, the Nanny States interfere with our basic freedom of choice. We can see this through Nanny States banning trans-fats and sugars from our diets.
When people throw away their files and it has their phone number, name, address, email, social security number, or any important and vital piece of information, they sometimes don’t secure the trash bag or leave the file untouched so when a really bad storm comes or a dog knocks over a trash can, all the files are spread across the street or wherever it may be for anyone to look at, let alone take. The product we want to produce is a safe and simpler way to destroy the ink off of paper and it is cheaper than to
This video sparked my interest because it gave me the opportunity for me to reflect on various ways to support the community. Before I actually watched this video, Saturday afternoon, I was in the city visiting family, and I saw many homeless people on the curb asking for help and assistance. I grew up in the city, but over the last couple of years, I have not spent a lot of time in the city because of working in Indiana. I found myself at the stop light in a daze looking at the homeless individuals on the street wondering to myself, “Is there a productive action we as a community could do that would at least take 75% of the homeless people off the street and provide them the help that they need to live stable and fruitful lives?” My reflection passed away when the light turned green until I came home and watched the Ted Talk video from Majora
Another personal experience, which occurs every now and again is with regular, average American civilians. Sometimes, as I walk down a street and I can feel eyes glaring at me or hand bags being held closer to it’s owner’s body, ready for me to make a move to savagely rip it out of their hands. Police officers give me a second glance as I grab something from a store shelf, waiting for me to sneak it in my shirt and run off. This is an occurrence hat not many people get to witness. I wish I did not have to experience this myself
The final thing that makes Alpena so warm and friendly is the community its self. This year cause there was no snow the community used the money they normally use to plow roads to clean up the streets. They also host annual festivals where they can raise a prophet to give back to the community in helpful ways. They are just so nice to the people here, they give a lot of discounts like at the plaza pool on Sundays you can swim for a dollar and at the ice rink you can skate on Thursdays for
For example, we do not want to keep the homeless on the streets as we raise the money to help them, so we need a solution. Of course there are many homeless shelters around local communities, but they sometimes do not accommodate everyone. It is usually first come, first served. Therefore, a lot of people may be locked out of the shelter, forced to sleep on the cold pavements until the next day.
Finding new friends, looking for work. Slowly striving to achieve goals I have set. In United States I came up to understanding of true values in my Life. Now I can just drive with my shorts to the grocery store. When back home everyone was showing to they neighbors of wearing nice and expensive clothes they have just for then minutes while they going to the grocery store behind the corner.
Everyday around our cities and towns people are recycling cans, newspaper, and plastic containers. If we are already doing things to improve our environment why should we need to have a new law passed stating how we recycle our trash? Careful- make a mistake, and you will be fined. Those fines, along with the increased taxes to pay for the services and personnel, make this a bad idea for taxpayers.
At Least once in everyone's life they have done something they regret whether it be breaking the law or just breaking someone else's rules. Frank Trippett in his article, “ A Red LIght for Scofflaws.” points out that people who are breaking minor laws are getting in more trouble than ones who are breaking the major laws. The author supports his argument first by providing evidence like littering, speeding, or noise pollution as minor law breaking that are making citizens feel like huge lawbreakers. He continues by saying “ Social order are profoundly shaken when ordinary law-abiding citizens take to skirting the law.” The author's purpose is to try to get everyone to realize that the innocent citizens are getting in more trouble than the prisoners.