In chapter 8 it talks about when Johnny’s mom went to the hospital to see Johnny. But Johnny didn’t want to see his mom, because he say “She’s probably come to tell me about all the trouble I’m causing her and about how glad her and the old man’ll be when I’m dead”. Also Ponyboy said “I have a bad feeling about this”. Then he went to talk with Cherry and he ask her If she already went to see Johnny but she said that “she couldn’t never see the person who killed her boyfriend”. Ponyboy got mad and told her “you’re a traitor to your own kind and not loyal to fus. Do you think your spying for us makes up the fact that you are sitting there in a Corvette while your brother drops out of school to get a job”.
Johnny last words to Ponyboy were “stay gold ponyboy stay gold”,I think Johnny meant that Ponyboy should stay like he is because he isn 't as violent as the other gang members.The text states “you ain’t like the rest of the gang.I mean i couldn 't tell Two Bit or Steve or even darry about the sunrise and clouds and stuff.Just you and Sodapop . And maybe Cherry Valance.”(pg.78) Also Ponyboy ask all the gang members why they like to fight but he doesn 't know why he likes to fight.
For example he said “You ain’t gonna believe this, but you used to fit right here.” as he holds his palm up in the air. It shows how he has known his son since birth. When he could fit into the palm of his hand. He also said “I don’t care how tough you are it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it.” this shows his credibility because Rocky is a boxer. He knows about being beat to the ground and not being able to get up unless he tried. He also said “The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It’s a very mean and nasty place.” This shows his credibility because it shows how he has had his ups and downs. His times when the world was “sunshine and rainbows” and great and times when it was “a mean and nasty place.” When he had hard times like his son. He said “But it ain’t about how hard ya hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.” because he was a boxer. If a boxer couldn’t take this hits it didn't matter if he could
Methamphetamine is a powerful stimulant that is addictive and causes serious damage Central Nervous System.
If you're looking for an amazing movie and looking to become someone in the world, but no one understands, then you have the same connection as...Adonis Creed. Adonis Creed wants to become like his father, and becoming a boxer. Creed wanted to follow his father's footsteps of becoming a boxer, but his mother, Mary Anne did not want him to. Also the fact that the reason his father passed away and couldn't do anything. Creed’s mother had to be behind his dad 100%. So she doesn't want him to death like his father because he's the only one she has left and she doesn't want to lose him. But after All he didn't care and still boxed he took a little to convince his trainer Rocky Balboa because his trainer Rocky knew his father and he also retired from the boxing and training after his friend Adonis dad died. In my opinion the movie was good for me because I learned that if you don't have a help from your parent then you will get it from your someone that believe in you that part of the movie so you can understand it a little of the movie.
Ponyboy has grown up in a rough society, but when he finally breaks, things get from bad to terrifying in a matter of minutes. Ponyboy is the protagonist of The Outsiders, a book by S.E. Hinton. Ponyboy is considered as a normal boy in his neighborhood, he is part of a gang and lives with his two older brothers. Ponyboy and his gang stick together through everything, allowing them to survive their rough lives. The bond of loyalty between Ponyboy and his gang is vital for survival, shown by the way that the gang responds to the violence between the classes, what Ponyboy and his gang do to survive, and how they help each other survive their social class rivalries.
This paper is going to show how three people live by a quote. The quote being used is, “Whether you believe you can do a thing or not you are right” (Henry Ford). This quote can be applied to multiple lives, some of which are Harry Haft, Rocky Marciano, and Mike Theissen. The first person being shown to live by this quote is Harry Haft, then Rocky Marciano, and finally the paper will show how my grandpa, Mike Theissen, lives by this quote today. These are three people that are going to be shown living or have lived by this quote.
Stereotyping is an issue that affects all ages, genders, and races. Not all stereotypes are bad, but when you maliciously stereotype it becomes a problem. In S.E. Hinton’s young adult novel The Outsiders, stereotyping is a significant issue. There are two gangs in this novel, the “greasers”, and the “Socs”. The greasers live on the east side and are known as “hoods”. The Socs live on the west side and are known as the west side rich kids who have all the breaks. People judge their personality just based on where they live, and what they look like. Stereotyping is an unfair way to judge people because you never know their whole story.
Darry, Soda, and Pony are all waiting in the hospital to hear news of Dally and Johnny. They are bombarded with reporters, and Darry finally gets them to be left alone because Pony wasn 't’ feeling well. Pony takes a nap on Darry’s lap, and then the doctor finally came with news of Johnny and Dally. Dally would be good to go in a few days after his burns are taken care of, meanwhile Johnny is in critical condition, with not a great chance of making it out of there. On the way home, Pony falls asleep in the car and end up sleeping until the morning when Two-bit and Steve came over. Pony sees the article about him in the paper, and realizes he needs to be present at court for his actions.This risks the chance of the three brothers being allowed to continue living together. Surprisingly, all they said about Dally was how he was a hero. Soda tells Pony that they are going to have a party after the rumble where the greasers get rid of the Socs for good, after this everyone leaves and Two-bit is left to babysit Pony.
Meth mouth is severe tooth decay and tooth loss, as well as tooth fracture, acid erosion, and other oral problems, potentially symptomatic of extended use of the drug methamphetamine. The gums are red and swollen and the plaque is yellowish and white where its suppose to coat the teeth. Meth mouth just isn’t for people who use meth or are addicted to it, it use to be called that because people had poor hygiene and nutrition. Also, they had a lot of sugar in their diet intake. When people went to the dentist or doctor they had the pain in their gums,and when they got fevers and their inability to function started becoming too much they found out it was ca
The Creed by Ryan Coogler is a movie about a person who want to find his memories through the death of his father. His name is Donnie. The film is mostly a story of Donnie on the way become a champion of World Heavyweight by the support of Rocky; who was his father friend and rival. Ryan created a Donnie character who is a strongest boy with wonderful dream and overcome challenges. However, it relates to a speech on Tedtalk by McKelley about “Unmasking Masculinity”. McKelley would reflect on Creed in a few ways: he would see Donnie trying to express masculinity while lacking family support through the trauma of his father’s death. Inclosing Rocky – his “new” father, Donnie risks losing his connection to masculinity entirely.
Dolophinel, also known as methadone hydrochloride, or methadone for short, was synthesized by German scientists in the 1930’s during World War II. Methadone was originally used as a painkiller because of a shortage of morphine. In 1947, methadone was introduced to the United States.
Methamphetamine and cocaine are both in the same category of drugs known as stimulants. Meth is completely man-made and is manufactured using common household and industrial ingredients such as over-the-counter cold/allergy medicines, drain cleaner, battery acid, gun cleaner, gasoline additives, muriatic acid, ammonia, lye, acetone and litter. Cocaine on the other hand is naturally occurring and is harvested from the leaves of the cocoa plant. While they are two entirely different drugs, both meth and cocaine have risks associated with their use, and have very high rates of dependence, abuse, and addiction. However, there are very distinct differences between cocaine and meth, in terms of how these drugs affect the individual both physically and psychologically. Both drugs are stimulants so they stimulate the individual and create an euphoric high, as a result of the way both drugs elevate the dopamine levels in the brain. Stimulants such as cocaine and meth cause the user to be more active, talkative, alert, less tired, exhilarated, etc. This essay will talk about each drug signs and symptoms treatment nursing management for drug abuse.
Crystal meth, Its real name is Methamphetamine. It has other nicknames for crystal meth is whizz,ice,and ice. Crystal meth is a white crystal drug. It can be sniffed injected and smoked.
“He’s not imaginary. He’s a “Magical Negro”: a saintly African-American character who acts as a mentor to a questing white hero…who often seems to have an uncanny ability to say and do exactly what needs to be said or done in order to keep the story chugging along in the hero’s favor.” The “magical negro”, is depicted as an African-American who will do anything to help the Caucasian hero. In the movie, Rocky 3, Apollo Creed is considered the “magical negro”. To help Rocky prepare for his second fight with the antagonist, Clubber Clang, Apollo Creed not only becomes Rocky’s trainer, but his mentor giving Rocky his expertise in a more flashy and mobile style of boxing. For the training, Apollo took Rocky to the west coast, where they trained in Los Angeles in a predominately African-American gym. Further, in some movies, the “magical negro” is depicted as being uneducated and willing to give up his life for the Caucasian hero. For example, in the movie The Green Mile, John Coffey, played by Michael Clarke Duncan, is an inmate with supernatural powers to heal, who was mistakenly accused for the murder of two