Another thing that I really liked that the man in the video says that when you are shooting make sure you are carrying ammo that you have been shooting on the range, and shoot a lot of it. The worst thing that could happen is, when you get into a sticky situation and need your gun, you pull the gun out and pull the trigger and nothing happens, because you decided to shoot cheaper ammo at the range then just trying the ammo you are actually going to be
(McCarthy,2006, 34). this quote reveals that the man resorted to violence using the gun, and the character known as a Roadrat is a bandit, who tried to kill the boy in order to get their supplies which hints that survival has taken a top priority for the most remaining people as they have resulted to this violent acts. The same thought process is applied to the other mentioned characters such as: cannibals and a man
Very dangerous in fact. They can man a gun, crush other people to death and do it all without a second thought. They’re used to their cruel, militaristic ways. “ What do I enjoy?” Awil asks, “I enjoy the gun.” (Gettleman) This quote is absolute proof that child soldiers should not get amnesty. He is saying that he likes the gun.
The guy looks for a couple seconds and it goes off and hits his hat and skins his head. He lived but he for sure now knows that he was not being safe with his shotgun. (Hutchinson, John. "Gunman Shoots off His Own Hat after Staring down Barrel of Jammed Shotgun." Mail Online.
The purpose of switching from regular speed to slow motion, in this scene it was meant to create anticipation and prolong the actions of Harley throwing the gun, Killer Croc hurling the bomb, and Deadshot lining and taking the shot. Immediately as the scene changes to slow
It’s not just a line from the drill instructor; I believe it has a lot of meaning. It’s almost like Joker’s instructions to hide behind his public persona of a warrior, a facade that helps him get through the entirety of the film until after killing the female sniper in vengeance of Cowboys death, his ultimate war face has to be shown. All in vengeance of Cowboy being killed. The death of his best friend finally made him transform into a killer, he wanted to truly kill. But once he gets to the sniper he sees that not only is the sniper critically injured, but to the point they will die, but it’s a female sniper.
He was quite fast, actually. However, the girl didn’t put much effort in fighting him. She aimed at his leg and pulled the trigger. The next thing I knew, I heard a bang followed by a long scream. Then, I saw the knife-wielding man lying on the ground, holding his wounded leg.
Without warning, Max shot forward towards Lukas. But Lukas was prepared this time and batted Max away with the butt of his pistol. Stunned, Max fell heavily and Lazer continued walking slowly, both hands in the air, towards Lukas. There were two others, both armed, standing behind
This shows the central idea of war tearing people apart when faced with an unknown adversary. In addition, differences would be, “The Republican sniper smiled and he lifted his revolver above the edge of the parapet” (O’Flaherty 207). This shows war tears families apart, the man was eager for his kill, however, it happened to be a family member who was placed on the other side of the battle. Lastly, “Had he and I but met / By some old ancient inn / We should have sat us down to wet / Right many nipperkin!” (Hardy). This shows that war tears people apart.
At that moment, officer Yanez draws his pistol and discharges seven shots from point-blank range into Castile, killing him instantly (Forde). There is a lot that is morally wrong here. Yanez clearly misread the situation. He chose to draw his firearm and shoot immediately at Castile from less than a foot away. A much safer alternative would have been for Yanez to reach out and restrain Castile since they were already in close quarters.
John Proctor died to protect his honor and the honors of the others that died but his death did just the opposite because he forfeited his treasured honor by becoming one of the hanged. Reverend Hale tried to warn him of this even till the point when he was hung. Hale screamed out, “Shall the dust praise him [Proctor]? Shall the worms declare his [Proctor’s] truth?”(Miller 134). Proctor’s death was meant to preserve his name, but he ultimately lost his life.
I was never more certain of any thing.“I won’t!” said Henry, in a firm tone, indicating his readiness to meet the consequences of his refusal. “Won 't you?” said Tom Graham, the constable. “No, I won’t!” said Henry, in a still stronger tone. With this, two of the constables pulled out their shining pistols, and swore, by their Creator, that they would make him cross his hands or kill him. Each cocked his pistol, and, with fingers on the trigger, walked up to Henry, saying, at the same time, if he did not cross his hands, they would blow his damned heart out.
At first, I thought how amazing it could be if we could erase memories because I first thought of criminals possibly getting a second chance-if they were able to start completely fresh. However hearing Fenton end with how he wouldn’t want to wipe someone 's memory and how they might not be human anymore, made me realize how our core memories do make us who we are and I can’t imagine the loss of identity that would come after. I know for sure I would never want my memories