Twice a year I give a class on the Sears Homes of Chicagoland at College of DuPage. This fall, one of the attendees was Jodey Schonfeld of Glen Ellyn. Jodey already had some knowledge of Sears houses since her neighbor lived in a Sears Rodessa that was plaqued by the Glen Ellyn Historical Society. I gave Jodey and the other attendees a list of the kit houses in Glen Ellyn, and she realized her own house was on the list! Her bungalow looked very much like a Sears Wellington.
Per NYPD arrest report, P Emilio Serrano observed P Emilio Serrano closing the apartment door on MOS and after MOS gained entry to the apartment P Emilio Serrano ran down the hallway then grabbed MOS and placed himself in between to prevent MOS from arresting. P Emilio Serrano bear hugged MOS and refused to let go. P Emilio Serrano was taken to the ground and placed in a prone position and arrested. A gravity knife was recovered from P Emilio Serrano’s
They wanted to find whom or what was making those loud noises. Rainsford, Whitney, and some other shipmates split up and while they was split up there was a shipmate name Paul. Paul was only in his early twenties. Paul was walking and then out of nowhere Paul turned around and seen a huge buff man bleeding from his arm add head. Paul was petrified.
At the same time that this was going on, Simon, a gentle, kind boy, had been rushing back to camp, to tell the rest of the boys of his revelation, that the “beast” that they had been scared of, was really inside of them. However, covered in the blood, sweat, and the darkness of the night, when Simon entered the camp, the boys had began to see Simon not as himself, but as the monster. Consequently, they killed him with their bare hands and teeth, as if they were predators ripping into prey. The text states, “The beast struggled forward….at once the crowd surged after it… leapt onto the beast, screamed, struct, bit, tore. There were no words, and no movements but the tearing of teeth and claws,” (Golding 153).
I think he will carry out his plan to kill Bobo Kelton because Bobo was a bully at school. The things that make me think that is because one day Bobo pushed Jason from behind while he was waiting in line in the school cafeteria. Jason had turned around and knocked him down because he had seen him do stuff over the course of the year. Bobo had pulled a guy’s shirt out of his pants, pushed his body against Rebecca’s Tolland whispered something in her ear pinched her chest, tweaked one of her small breast. So, I think Jason would continue his plan to kill Bobo Kelton.
He has lost his speech and began howling, “We could hear him moving about in his own room, but there was no light there. Presently from this room came the long - howl of a wolf” (Kipling 5). When he started howling Strickland’s thoughts became a reality, so and the narrator came up with a plan to capture the Silver Man. When they lured him, “ the leper halted in the front porch for a moment and we jumped out on him with the sticks. He was wonderfully strong …
On 06/21/2017 I, Deputy Daniel Pruitt was dispatched to the Creek County Sheriff 's Office for a burglary complaint. I spoke to Roberta Houston who made the following statement. Roberta said that her adopted grandson Remington Barton had been at her home without permission. Roberta said she was in the process of filing a protective order against Remington.
For instance, in the movie, they have a short anecdote about Kevin Kowalcyk, a kid that died at the mere age of two and a half years old because of an E.coli outbreak with the meat in the burgers at the Jack in the Box restaurant, yet the health department officials didn’t do anything about it. This proves what the director is trying to show because it tells you about how really young children have died because the slaughterhouse workers aren’t paying enough attention to whether or not the meat is contaminated, which is costing lives, and nobody has cared enough to do anything about it. Besides being an anecdote, this is also an emotional appeal that proves Kenner’s statement as it makes you feel sad for Kevin and agree that people need to give more consideration to if the food they’re producing is actually good for you. In summary, Robert Kenner uses pathos to prove his outlook. To conclude, many of the most excellent artists, including Eric Schlosser, writer of Fast Food Nation, Mike Pollan, author of, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and Robert Kenner, producer of the film, Food, Inc., use ethos, pathos, and logos, to prove their viewpoints.
Background: On January 23, 1906, Nevada Taylor was walking home from her bookkeeping job in Chattanooga to her small home in Forest Hills Cemetery, where she lived with her father, the groundskeeper (Pfeifer, “United”; “Shipp”). Before Nevada even entered the cemetery grounds, a man, who she later described to have a “soft, kind voice,” grabbed her (Pfeifer, “United”). He threateningly said, “If you scream, I will kill you” (Pfeifer, “United”). Then, everything went black for Nevada (Pfeifer, “United”).
The bodies had different markings hinting that a sledgehammer was used to kill them or had their throat slit. Most of the bodies had their skulls crushed from the back except for the Longcor child who was suffocated. People think the child was thrown alive into the grave and dropped her father on top of her. Another body was identified as Henry McKenzie, who was the cousin of LeRoy Dick’s wife. He stopped to visit the Benders and while eating supper got hit with a sledgehammer, had his throat cut and was stabbed several times.
Because of the isolation from enough foods, the man only thinks about him and his child and even his conscious tells him he should help others, he walks away from them. Furthermore, the papa also threatens, or even kills others who try to harm his child. When stranger on the road tried to hurt the man’s child, the man shoots the stranger. McCarthy depicts, “the man had already dropped to the ground and he swung with him and leveled the pistol and fired from a two-handed position balanced on both knees at a distance of six feet. The man fell back instantly and lay with blood bubbling from the hole in his forehead” (McCarthy, 66).
Gary Paulsen, the author of many books, magazines, and novels, writes a true story called Guts. Gary Paulsen gets an emergency call sixty miles northeast of Colorado springs. Gary ran to his ambulance, half dressed just to save the man 60 miles away (Guts p.11). Gary paulsen got on the phone with the woman who called,” Please come Quick! My harvy, he is having chest pain!”