Surreptitiously and quietly, the posted sentries at the main entrance leading to the Dweller city of New Hope maintained their duties guarding it, keeping watch over any potential threats that may arise from beyond the entrance at any time. From the balcony that stood directly above the steel gates of the main entrance, the Dweller city guard had managed to place a small barrier of sandbags with an additional sentry gun turret, consisting of twin mounted MG42 machine guns. Even further behind the sandbags and sentry turret emplacement was a table, with two G43 semi-automatic rifles leaning on the table. Seated around the table, there were three Dwellers: two Dwellers who were part of New Hope’s city guard, and the Silent Orphan, the leader
Rango Essay The movie “Rango” has many themes to it. The artificial vs. authentic life theme focuses on how the townspeople didn't realize the mayor was being corrupt and controlling the water, lying to them. My theme focuses on the hero's journey. The hero isn't a true hero in the beginning, but with conflicts, and events they mature into a hero. Rango experiences many conflicts throughout his character development in the movie, which help him to mature into a true hero.
A Ghostly Spark Introduction (reveal): Native American culture has always been an interest of mine. Since my beginning with the Boy Scouts of America on my path to Eagle Scout, I have come closer to the dense but often forgotten history of the First Nation people of America. Upon joining the Order of the Arrow, the BSA’s honor society centered around Native American virtues and beliefs, I have continued to take it upon myself to learn more about the long forgotten Native history. While I knew about the general struggles the Native Americans faced as “white man” invaded the unharnessed Western frontier, I had not learned about the specific catalyzing incidents that caused such conflict and suffered between these two cultures. While searching through topics like native music and combat, I knew I needed an event that sparked the rift between these two types of people, growing U.S. government and early
I walked in to the department of social service in Portsmouth Virginia, to start my observation about the facility. While walking into the facility I was greeted by two security guards that nodded their head in a gesture of saying good morning. I made a right turn into a room full of people sitting and standing, the people that was standing were in a line that started with a piece of tape, taped to the floor stating do not go any further or stop. Then the receptionist hollowed out loudly, next in line. A young female African American lady was next in line and dress very casual in a sweat suit and tennis shoes, her hair was in long braids.
A dagger screamed, slicing through the air - or should I say, lack thereof. Time froze and my eyes widened in realization of who the dagger was flying towards. It aimed directly at me. I watched in slow motion as the dagger began to curve in a new direction before identifying it 's new victim. I turned quickly and latched my small hand around his wrist.
How did you become the person who you are today? Each one of us takes personal pathways in life. Many outside forces become positive or negative forces which through cause and effect, change who we are for better or worse. Do you believe that you can achieve all that you set out to achieve? Joseph Campbell lays out his concept of the legend's excursion that each hero encounters on his own particular path.
In regards to my incomplete overtime forms: I was unaware on how to fill out the revised O.T. forms properly. Like many things that I am not informed of, this being one of them I had to ask for clarification. A few weeks ago from current date I asked my immediate supervisor Francisco Valle (Supervising Radiologic Technologist II) how should I document my pre-shift overtime and my post-shift overtime. My pre-shift overtime is the day prior to my scheduled work day which means I clock in at 11:00 pm. and any overtime worked after my normal works hours are the next day.
I was raised in Guanajuato, Mexico and at the age of 10 I moved to Sweetwater, Texas. In the environment where I grew up was kind, respectful, and with caring people. There are many memories that I have of where I grew up. To start with I 'am blessed with a beautiful family of 5. We always support each other in whatever goal we have for the future.
Traveling from city to city after every two years since childhood made me realize how much there is to learn and explore. This nomadic lifestyle of mine gave me a thirst to travel and learn about new places, diverse people, and their surroundings. Traveling became a part of life because I am the daughter of an armed officer, but the extensive change in locations made me hungry for more experience. It captivated me to my deepest core. Little did I know that this carving for new adventures would remain with me.
Significant Event Essay Imagine being in an unfamiliar country and having to face one of your biggest fears. I was in that situation when I went to Mexico last spring with my friend, Lauren, and both sets of our parents. This was a significant event in my life for I faced one of my biggest fears one day. There I was, in Mexico, ready to climb my way down to the bottom of the ocean. I had signed a waver, put my wet shoes on, and was waiting for my turn for a helmet.