"I've never seen a fight happen at my school before." Says Chase County residence Tatiana Palenske. "Everyone really is just chill and we all get along." Unlike Emporia, which seems to hold a plethora of bad influences for adolescent minds. There is no drug usage used at Chase County, due to weekly visits of a drug dog, and there never has been a huge fight before.
Holden is almost always finding a way to occupy his mind and his time and does this to the point it becomes tiring. An example of Holden finding ways to occupy his mind would be when he is walking through The Mall in Central Park and thought, “ It was lousy in the park. It wasn’t too cold, but the sun still wasn't out and there didn't look like there was anything in the park except for dog crap and globs of spit and cigar butts from old men… I kept walking over to the mall anyway because that's where Phoebe usually goes when she's in the park. She likes to skate near the Bandstand.
Outside Miami,Florida, in about 2015, Tom Walker lives near a suburban area where there are huge luxury homes. The day was sunny and hot,Tom had already ate breakfast and was on the go. It was the morning time which was when he walks his dog. Tom has lived a very good life that was very successful, but as he wasn’t aware that his life is about to change. In the neighborhood where Tom lived, there was a murder case which was about a year ago but Tom had always had this usual neighbor that wear those weird biker jackets and those completely darken shades when all you can see is his huge fury nose.
Book: If you give a mouse a cookie by Laura Numeroff, Harper Collins Publisher Summary: In the beginning of the book a mouse asked a boy for a cookie which lead for a glass of milk and more request. Its all began with a mouse asking for a cookie which made the mouse want something new, afterward the mouse creates an endless stream of request that eventually will turn into a cycle. Which leads the reader thinking the cycle will go on all over again beginning with the mouse asking the boy for another cookie. The philosophical context is determinism because it is like life is already set for them with repeated steps for the near future.
Mead walks along the empty streets as the city seems to be silent due to restrictions but only one can guess. Society has also cut many programs like cutting the police program, “the police of course, but what a rare, incredible thing; in a city of three million there was only one car left.” the strong dystopian connection really shows by a oppressive society places many hard restriction and many job cuts as shown by the police force being cut to one car, but this is not the only thing that has been taken by society in this story. Society has also taken away individuality as everyone lives the same social life. Everyone is inside by Eight o’clock, everyone watches tv at the same time, and everyone gets their fresh air from a machine on their front door.
As you can see he might be one of those savage kids that want to steal from people, which in this case he does. “I never see who was chasing me. I never stopped long enough to eat the bread. When I awaken from my dream or memory, my legs are tingling. ”
Jurgis was very enthusiastic and eager about how things worked in Chicago compared to Lithuania. He never imagined "one hog dressed by several hundred men"(43) considering that Lithuania usually had just one man and one hog. He explained almost every detail to his family about how things worked in the meat package. Although later on in the
Snow had fallen overnight, a white blanket stretched out upon the horizon for all to see. The freshly fallen snow was empty of footprints, the surroundings were surprisingly empty and not a single specimen in sight. Crows loitered the grounds as if they were preparing for battle, a war in which no one could see coming. A cross brandished itself above their cabin, forever warding off evil. Ex-Military Staff-Sergeant Kristina Harvey stepped out from the desolate cabin and slid her Katana into its holder, the precision matching the way she had been taught during her time in the military.
It’s been five days since I woke up here and lucky for me, I haven’t run into Jagger once. I haven’t even seen a glimpse of him, which worries me. Wherever he is or was sent, he will be back and he’ll come straight for me. I’m walking back from the sweatshop with Flich after a long day’s work.
A service that can be easily be marketed better is AllCare orthodontic center. I’ve been living in this neighborhood for over two years. I never notice this office because it is located in a small corner of the street. Even though it has signs outside, but the door is always closed. They did not even put the contact information on the window.
It was a normal day after school for many families on May 5th, 1993. The sunlight was still out as the sounds of far away cars roared through the wind. The giggles of nearby school children drifted through and faded within the quiet neighborhood of West Memphis. To the surprise of many the tranquility of this small town in Arkansas would soon be lost and a force so strong would shake America. As the sun began to lower and prepare for the next day, three little boys never made it back home for dinner that night.
Gund told him to come back with some food and a meaningful object and then he will give him some money. Averous began his long journey home. When he did reach home he decided to sleep for the night and to head out tomorrow morning to go back to the beast and claim his reward. The next day Avarus awoke before his brother, he grabbed a sack and stuffed an old poorly made doll into it.
First, technology leaves few unscathed by its tempting qualities, leaving those remaining strikingly alone. On one of his evening strolls, Mr. Mead, the only walker he has ever seen out at night in over ten years, “could imagine himself upon the center of a plain, windless Arizona desert with no house in a thousand miles…” (2). By comparing the city to a “windless Arizona desert,” the author implies that the use of technology leaves behind a lifeless world because few live in arid, unfeeling deserts. Electronics suck the life out of people, so technology creates emotionally detached, brainwashed people who cannot think or even communicate to themselves. Even though houses surround Mr. Mead, he still feels completely alone.
At this year’s ArtPrize, I saw hundreds of great works of art, but I decided to vote for Emoh by Loren Naji (62624). I chose this sculpture because it is unique and meaningful. His medium was uncommon because no other artist used materials from abandoned houses. The sculpture also appealed to me because of his message of homelessness awareness. It reminded me all day of the severity of homelessness as I walked around Grand Rapids looking at the different works of art, while at the same time people were sitting with nowhere to go in the cold weather.