Some of them probably never even heard of Nicaragua. I know I haven 't. In my opinion after hearing from that point of view is that Puerto Marino is still clandestine because in Nicaragua no one knows about the military base but those who work there. And Alexa’s dad knows but he 's all the way in Ithaca, knowing that it 's top secret, he wouldn 't tell anyone anyway. He doesn 't need to tell anybody that Alexa’s going to Ithaca but her friend Laurie maybe.
It may be because of how random it is, or perhaps it is the way it is for a completely different reason. Whatever it is, I don’t think I’ll ever know or understand just by thinking about it. The truth of the matter is that I didn’t and couldn’t understand what this part of the poem and the rest of it mean, let alone be able to explain it in simple statements and words. I’ve written it over and over again, and I’ve listened to myself say it again and again but nothing came of it when I forcibly looked for answers. The answers came to me, and words I haven’t encountered before like “bioterror” and “no-ness” scraped and dug into the surface of my brain more than they should have.
The author wrote,“ Well, Stacey didn 't see Miz Logan comin ' when he took them notes, and by the time he saw her it was too late to get rid of 'em. Wasn 't nothin ' Miz Logan could do but whip him. Failed him too. '... 'And ole T.J. just sat there and ain 't said a word.” This quote shows
Unfortunately, the message never arrived. This was revealed when Friar John told Friar Laurence, " I could not send it, here it is again / Nor get a messenger to bring it thee" (5.2.14-15). Friar Laurence had not told the messenger the importance of the letter reaching Romeo. And, if Friar Laurence had followed the original agreement he made with Romeo: "Sojourn in Mantua; I 'll find out your man, / Every good hap to you that chances have" (3.3.168-170), Balthasar could have delivered the letter to Romeo. However, because of Friar Laurence’s shortsightedness and lack of a contingency plan, he doomed those he tried
Why didn’t the captain take his logbook with him and why was the steering wheel not secured? This is a question that could give some useful answers. Why were they in such a hurry? And why was there no time for Briggs to get his logbook? It was never seen before that the logbook was still untouched in the cabin of the cabin and above all it was against all sailor traditions.
Quinn inquiries about the condition of Peter Stillman but Auster had not heard of anyone knowing about the condition of him. Professor Stillman's condition was one of the only things in this novel that was resolved and much more had remained unresolved. "City of Glass" leaves most of the questions asked during the novel unanswered. We never learn what happens to Peter and Virginia Stillman after they picked up and left their apartment. Quinn becomes obsessed with watching their apartment but yet there is no sighting of the Stillmans.
In the movie, there was no tower built for Beowulf because he did not ask for one to be built. The great king simply sailed off into the sea with a burning ship full of treasure, all in which he did not ask for. This supports the claim that Beowulf was humble towards the end of the movie. Nevertheless, the movie differs from the text because of Beowulf’s
No one cares about Gatsby because he never made any worthwhile connections as doing so was never important to him. Instead, he only made superficial connections with people. In the latter parts of the book, we are given an almost hyperbolic example, when, "The minister glanced several times at his watch, so I took aside and asked him to wait for half an hour. But it wasn 't any use. Nobody came" (Fitzgerald 174).
Alan Forey wrote and intriguing journal article that questions the authentication of a letter supposedly written by St. Bernard in which he mentions Pedro Henriques the purported brother of King Alfonso. Because of mentioning of Pedro, Forey establishes the theory, that St. Bernard did not author the letter. Forey questions if St. Bernard provided any prior knowledge to King Afonso of Portugal regarding the crusaders siege of Lisbon in 1147. Forey states, the letter known simply as letter 308 is cryptic at best and does not provide any specific details of an invasion by crusaders or of the original author’s intent for writing the letter. Stating, letter 308 first appeared in Brito’s Chronica de Cister in 1602, in which Forey claims that articles printed in that particular chronical are often not genuine.
However, according to the chronicle De Expugnatione Lyxbonesi there had been no prior discussion between King Afonso and St. Bernard regarding the siege. Many who read the Lisbon letter believe that the existence of the Pisan engineer is proof that the fleet’s intent was coming to the aid of Afonso. The letter did not state the purpose of the engineer nor does the letter state when or where the he joined the fleet. Based upon Forey’s historical documentation and the presentation of his facts it appears that letter 308 is as a forgery and the ‘Lisbon letter’ provides no credible evidence suggesting any prior co-operation between the King of Portugal Afonso Henriques and St. Bernard in regards to the siege of
Although there was evidence found against adnan. But there was no DNA test done to show that adnan killed hae . For example hae body was naber tested. Also the rope that was found near hae 's body was not tested,and no fingerprint was test. DNA test is the most important thing in a murder case.
The Innocence Project did not make themselves aware of Dr. Hurt’s reports. According to Megan J. Ryan, the Innocence Project stated: [T]his lack of action indicates that in the days and hours before Willingham was executed, the Governor’s Office and the Board of Pardons and Paroles ignored critical expert analysis – new scientific information – that casts serious doubt on whether the
Since both Mr. Evans and Mr. King were on drugs i don’t believe that their statements are valid. I believe that in their druge induced state they thought he was the lookout because Mr. Evans testified that Mr. harmon gave no signal or sign. “bobo” said, “ He was suppost to tell us if there was anybody in the drugstore. He didn’t say anything so we figured it was all right.” pg 182 bobo said, “ He was suppost to tell us if there was anybody in the drugstore. He didn’t say anything