When a crew chief pushes the rules too far in NASCAR and gets caught, is that cheating? Is this a good thing for a NASCAR team or does it cast a dark shadow on them? I think that depends on how you define cheating and what you think they are trying to carry out. Teams have to push the limits on the rules set to the very edge and even into the grey area. Race teams have a lot at stake to try and win every weekend and are always looking to gain an advantage.
After the storm, Max succeeds to release from the car and brings Nux chained with him. He sees Furiosa and the five wives and decides to flee to their truck; but there is a secret to operate the truck and he teams up with Furiosa, leaving Nux on the desert. When Joe 's gang arrives, they retrieve Nux and follow Furiosa. Will Max and she succeed to escape from Joe 's gang? The movie is one of the best summer movie of 2015 as a car chase movie, it does have the classical elements of this genre and more.
He also asserts that it will help in the present by bolstering the economy, which clearly appeals to pathos. Kennedy distinguishes his article from that of Broadhurst by utilizing a plethora of potent pathos. For instance, he clearly appeals to emotions when he contends that the wind farm is very capable of injuring and killing small animals and birds, which would evidently evoke a potent emotional response and highlighting a sizable negative. He also appeals very specifically to his audience by asserting that the wind farm would strongly affect small family businesses and that closing the channel to the Cape would affect ferries,
Supposed someone name Alice enjoys street racing with the thrill of winning big prizes and competing against other street racers in their fancy cars. But Alice also enjoys the danger of this illegal activity. As a street racer, she enjoys trespassing on private properties, carjacking, vandalism, and the possible contact with law enforcement. She understands all these risks can lead to her in jail or be killed, but she doesn’t regret her decision in participating in street racing. This is one of the examples of a rational choice theory.
Do you like action-paced stories? Well, if you do, you will love these two stories. "The Most Dangerous Game", released in 1924, was a very action-paced story. It's about a sailor who crashed his boat and is stuck on Ship-Trap island, about to get hunted. Along with this theme, is another story, High Noon.
Murad, as a illegal immigrant, swam across 14 miles to Straight of Gibraltar, hoping to have a better life. Not only him decide to take a risk, there also have thirty people ride on a Zodiac inflatable with Murad, which also wished the immigration can basically make their life better. Due to Murad and other people want a high quality life, they all must take some risks, such as swimming in a deep and cold water for a long distance and time, or the chances of getting caught by Guardia civil post. In everyone 's life it will have a chance that you 're faced with a problem that involves risk. When you have no alternative but take a peril, you probably do some impossible thing you could not imagine.
Police pursuits begin from a variety of different reasons. Being caught in between one can be extremely dangerous. There are pros and cons regarding whether high-speed chases are necessary. Police pursuits involve a stop for a traffic violation and one person dies everyday as a result of a police pursuit. Some pros on police pursuits are that it immediate ID of suspects and apprehension.
Walter Mitty: The Real and The Fake In the Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber, Walter creates fantasies based on his insecurities and attempts to make a new, improved version of himself. One insecurity Walter often thinks about is his cowardice, and he combats this by creating fantasies where he is known to be both masculine and brave. For example, while driving to Waterbury with his wife, Mitty fantasies about flying an “eight-engine Navy hydroplane” through a hurricane at high speeds (1). This is a very stark difference from his real life, where he is tense and worried about driving a car at a measly 55 miles per hour, which is much slower than any Navy plane. Mitty is trying to seem powerful and manly, being able to operate heavy
With the creation of Prohibition, came people desperately searching for a new way to receive alcohol. This created a remarkable opportunity for gangs, as they were about to discover an invaluable jem: bootlegging . Once gangs uncovered the immense amounts of profit they could generate by participating in bootlegging they raced to compete for business. At the end of this race, two gangs were
Given the potential financial rewards of athletic success, it’s no surprise that we’ve been witness to a seemingly endless procession of allegations and scandals. “Sluggers Barry Bonds (steroids) and Alex Rodriguez (human growth hormone); cyclists Lance Armstrong (EPO), Floyd Landis (testosterone) and Alberto Contador (clenbuterol); runners Tyson Gay (steroids) and Justin Gatlin (testosterone); and golfer Vijay Singh (IGF-1) are only some of the more prominent professionals implicated in such behavior” (Journalistsresource, 2015). In creating unfair advantages, doping distorts the level playing field in sporting
In the newspaper article Youth Gangs Leading Cause of Delinquencies written by Gene Sherman for the Los Angeles Times, Sherman hits many hard facts regarding the relationship between the youth of the time and the local gangs. Overtime the largely popular Zoot Suits became a badge of delinquency, with more and more of our youth donning these new relaxed and mobile suits they where just assumed to belong to a gang even if they had no official gang ties. “Motives for gang warfare are ridiculous in adult eyes but sometimes lead to planned an bloody fighting” With little to no provocation a war could break out on the street. Just for looking at someone the “wrong” way could end with a knife in your gut. The Zoot Suits themselves were not to
His choices of getting in that boat, driving under the influence, and going 40 MPH on a very dangerous lake. No amount of hours in jail or restrictions will bring our loving April back, and he is already being forced to live with his actions. I feel it is also worthy to consider that his choices not only took April’s life but put three more lives in immediate danger, two of which were seriously injured. I believe these choices and neglectful acts should be thought of and considered in his sentence. I feel it would be fair to follow similar DUI cases concerning the reckless actions and number of people involved.