In the exosystem layer, Tennessee’s decision to end programs that help illegal immigrants drive impacted Isaias. He drove a car without a license because he could no longer drive with a driving certificate. Every time he drove his car, he ran the risk of being stopped by a police officer and getting arrested. In the Macrosystem layer, the 1968 law called the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), had created challenges for any illegal Mexican who had successfully crossed the border into America. The law expanded the border patrol and sought to punish employers who hired unauthorized immigrants.
Higginbotham filed suit against Hampton and Power Ford for negligence and wrongful death, alleging that at the time of the collision, Hampton was acting as an agent of the Appellees. The Appellees moved for summary judgment on the grounds that Hampton was not working within the scope of his employment when he struck the victims with his car. Granting the motion, the court ruled that the Appellees had no control over Hampton as he was not acting to further their business. Appellant timely appealed.
Yellow surrounds Gatsby enormously; his car at the beginning of the novel is described as “a rich cream color”, but it is not white, which is a sign that it’s already impure (64). Later, after killing Myrtle, Gatsby’s car is described as “a big yellow car”, completing its corruption (139). The color of Gatsby’s car was also unusual for that time period, making the car stand out and helping the trail of death lead to Gatsby. The last time readers see yellow attached to Gatsby is at the near end of the novel, right before he dies when he “disappeared among the yellowing trees” representing his own coming death (161). An area surrounding loss of life is The Valley of Ashes; The Wilson home “was a small block of yellow brick sitting on the edge of a waste land” where the Wilsons have a terrible life (24).
It was also reported, by ABC News, that there was evidence that Nussbaum had utilized cocaine during her time of caring for the child (Journey to Tragedy, 2005). Specific details regarding the usage were not provided; however, the fact that she used cocaine before calling 911 is not well perceived or accepted. There were also many incidents in which Nussbaum covered up for Joel Steinberg, her live-in partner, to protect him from going to jail (Journey to Tragedy, 2005). During medical examinations due to abusive injuries, she would provide false information regarding the nature of the injuries. If she could have found the courage to tell the truth, it could have changed everything.
The trio is caught by teachers or administrators a handful of times, but nothing can stop them; for now anyway. Later on in the book, Alaska was involved in a car crash that was unfortunately fatal. Miles and Chip are shocked and start to wonder if Alaska’s death was suicide. In the end, the two decide it doesn’t matter. Many times in Looking for Alaska, it describes situations in which profanity, substance abuse, sex, and suicide
In the film, Officer Ryan molests Christine Thayer and later one in the film gambles on his life to save Christine during a tragic burning car accident. The irony in this scene provides a sense of awkwardness (fate changes/turning tables). What had really shocked me was when he had the perfect opportunity to leave Christine in the upside down burning car and die. However, instead he does the exact opposite of what we’d think, he risks his own life and saves her. Another character that took me by surprise was the Iranian man (Shaun Toub) who is an immigrant trying to fit in.
In January of this year, my uncle was killed in a car accident. The other driver was lost so he was looking at the maps on his phone. The few seconds he was on his phone distracted him enough so that he went into my uncle’s lane. I want to find out what solutions could be implemented which would minimize accidents like these. Since there are so many possible solutions, people can’t agree on what the best solution to the problem is.
There are so many thing that could keep me from reaching my goal. The biggest thing that would keep me from it would be death. I would invest my life savings into a racecar if i knew it would give me a shot at make it into nascar to race in there top series. And would break every bone in my to be the fastest and most aggressive driver there is on the track. I would even take any that is in my way of victory out even it a friend.
Also another detail to prove my theory is on a recent discovery in 2013 by Dr.Chris Naunton after he took an autopsy on king tut’s mummified corpse he discovered that the boy had broken bones in his right foot and had shattered his right kneecap as well, as several shattered ribs and a broken pelvis. (hips) So how come this is true because for a fact king tut’s may have got injured in a chariot crash, because if he didn 't how did he break all these bones? And if it was common for Chariot races why wouldn 't a 9-year-old? Wanna do it if he had no rules he was a pharaoh he was the king of Egypt he could have done whatever he wanted!Another detail that proves he could of died in a crash is he got kicked of a horse because in egypt it was shown that riding horses was a thing so maybe the horse got out of control and sadly kicked him out and he may of opened his chest from the injury or got his arms cut..So I think this is a reason of why King tut 's could have died at such a young age. Conclusion In conclusion this is why I think king tut 's could have died at such a young age I think my three theories with evidence is well proven with good facts and good evidence it has been viewed by scientist and doctors
Myrtle is confronted by George and asked who she is cheating with. She becomes hysterical and runs into the street where a car ran her over and killed her instantly (pg. 138). Though Tom did not kill Myrtle, nor did he make her run into the street, if he had not had an affair with her the entire situation could have been avoided. He unknowingly played a huge role in her death.