)Attention passengers. The train is waiting for another train to move. We thank you for your patience.MArcus(to himself)For Christ 's sake!denis(to himself)It 's like the whole world detests us...liz(to herself)Week long suspension here we come. What 's this the third time we 're late?DENISFourth.LIZThank you, Denis!MARCUSDon 't get mad at him it 's not his fault we 're late. (After a pause homeless man walks up to MARCUS)Homeless manExcuse me, do you have any change?MARCUSNo.
He figures he has even bigger problems as he 's late for his train ride. Gregor was supposed to take the 5 o 'clock train, but it 's already 6:30 and the last train leaves at 7. At that point, he 'll be late and his boss will come pounding on his door with a doctor.
We stood in that line like a million years. This line was for check in so the security can see if you are legally coming inside of the country. After that line we had to go get our bags when we first walk into this big space first the I see were these humongous fans, It's like the fans were blowing wind at you that was going 100 MPH. When we found our bags we had to walk for a little to find our bus so it can take use to the hotel. When we found our bus it was like this big coach bus and the seats were soooooo comfortable.
His scatter blades were faulty, leading to a terrible fall that would keep him in hospital for a number of days. Since the accident came just a few days to Christmas Eve, it meant that he would not recover in time to deliver the gifts. To say Santa was gutted would be an understatement. He just could not stomach the idea of letting down all those kids around the country. The thought of their day being ruined because of his absence made him feel even worse, and he contemplated delivering the goods on a wheelchair.
The passengers including Dr. Chamberlain and his ex-wife Jennifer found out that they will be passing the Cassandra Crossing which was an unsafe bridge that haven’t been used since 1948. They tried to stop the train because they will be passing by that bridge but only stopped the back part and saved everyone there but the bridge collapses killing everyone in the front half. At the end scene of the movie, Dr. Stradner hoped that there will be
“The Story of an Hour” is a great short story written by Kate Chopin in 1894. This story is full of ups, downs, and surprises that keep the reader on the edge of their seat. Chopin begins the story by introducing the main character Mrs. Mallard, who upon learning that her husband has been killed in a tragic railroad accident does not respond the way the reader anticipates. Instead of trying to process what has happened, or even denying it, Mrs. Mallard immediately begins crying hysterically. After a few minutes she decides that she needs to be alone.
Instead men, but most women, are expected to work from teenage years until well into adulthood. The consequences of this have devastating effects. The documentary, The Hidden Face of Globalization describes how exhausted and ill female employees are because of their work schedule and how “families are collapsing” and children are left at home to fend for themselves. Some workers never reach adulthood due to the high amounts of factory fires in the country. During the especially infamous collapse of the Rana Plaza in 2013, 1,100 workers died including children brought to work by their parents (Bartley 147).
Before we had to go to the ride I wanted to get my mind off of that so we went to go see a few characters. All of us stood in line for Sofia the First for about fifteen minutes until Sofia had to leave for a break. It was time for the Rockin’ Roller Coaster, just as before I was still very nervous. Even though I was scared they made me ride it anyway. We all scanned our Magic band to get into the Fast pass line.
[Class still blathering] Slam! [The book goes onto the desk] As I was saying the kids who aren’t going please stand outside. Now let’s get ready to line up, so we can go to the auditorium.” Traveling Adventures As we exit Ditmas before we left we had to hear a million speeches about the safety rules over and over again. All the classes that were going were put into two separate lines. We approached the subway station, the sun beamed in my eyes like laser.
The traffic was insane and their were about a hundred cars going in all directions, but with the assistance of my uncles everyone and everything was loaded up successfully almost like we had rehearsed it. After getting out of the hectic traffic my uncle turned toward us and said “!Bienvenidos a México!” we all smiled and moments later I was fast asleep. I woke up to more honking horns as the car parked next to the curb as we exited the van and entered my aunts house where we set down our luggage and greeted everyone with big hugs. We did not stay too long because we wanted to make sure we said our hellos to everyone else before the end of the
On the night of the evacuation there was a terrible storm. On the boat everyone was seasick, to go to the toilet was too dangerous in the rough conditions, people were sick where they were, the stench was terrible. When they arrived in Italy they were about 70 kilometres from the front line. They were then placed on a train, after travelling about 50 minutes the train stopped and they started going backwards. They ended up in a railway yard with nothing to eat or drink for two days, they were starving when they got on the boat and anything in their stomachs was evacuated due to sea sickness, they were barely alive, there were some deaths on the train.
He missed the five o’clock train and already knows he will be in trouble with his boss. His mother knocked on his door and warned him he was going to be late for work and needs to hurry in order to make the next train. Gregor does not want to rush to the train station so he decides to stay in bed. A little after seven in the morning, Gregor’s manager showed up to the family’s apartment and questioned why Gregor missed the early train for work. Gregor’s mother tried to justify her son being late for work because he is sick due to being a workaholic.
Suddenly, the sergeant calls out that he needs a volunteer for sentry duty. I don’t know what that is, but you are also sick of being in this trench. I choose to volunteer for sentry duty and later find out what sentry duty was a guard that prevents the passage of unauthorized people, I thought it would not be that bad, the war was very ugly, we did not get paid good we got paid $33 dollars a month, we ran out of supplies, rain was our worst nightmare, it was very muddy, our foots were soaked in water, they would off our feet because they had virus, bacteria, disease that would have
You could feel the nerves and anxiety of all the girls as we waited impatiently for the sign to drop and hopefully reveal our numbers. At that moment, all of us felt the same. Doubting ourselves, yet hoping for the best. I looked over at my roommate I had for the week as the sign fell before I looked at the sign. She immediately started crying and I looked up and did not see her number nor my number, but ultimately I knew my number was not supposed to be up there that year.
“Wake up,you 're late” a voice rang.As I lifted my head of the pillow I noticed that my alarm clock showed that it was 10:53. “Oh shoot!How did you guys let me sleep in three extra hours?”I asked in a tired voice “We don’t have time for whining so get to work”The soldier demanded before slapping me across the back of the head. “Okay,you don’t have to get violent”I replied rubbing the back of my head. As I strolled passed jealous faces looking for my crew I noticed something unusual.A new face is unusual here in the Yellow Zone.Although this area is mostly cleared of those undead freaks,they still don’t let recruits so young in. “Hey Cap 'n,who 's the new kid”I asked “Funny you ask,he is the new addition to your crew”The captain answered Then a thought shot to the top of my head.They 're sending us to the Dark Zone.We are getting sent to the most dangerous zone.My crew is going to be the third crew to venture the Dark Zone.