Deadliest shooting occurs at a gay night club in Orlando, critics say it is worse than 9/11. On the night of June 12, 2016, gunman Omar Mateen traveled to the Pulse gay night club with a pistol and assault rifle around 2 a.m. Sunday and started shooting. During the attack, Mateen calls 911 and begins to pledge his allegiance to ISIS. Many people would call this a hate crime but it is deeper and higher than a hate crime when you intentionally took not one person but dozens of lives. Rumor has it, that he had much more going on in life, but when he saw two men kissing it set it him off.
The book “The Other Wes Moore” talks about two young kids that has same name, lives in the same neighborhood, but has different destinies. The author Wes mother Joy was a single mother, as the other Wes mother Mary by different circumstances. Also, an important play roll at the book is that both mothers wants to give them education and be successful for the author and the other Wes. Both Wes are going in the same path of getting into trouble and being rebels. They are acting unreasonably by taking the wrong decisions they might.
He began to use heroin and became obsessed with the stealing business. China Joe spent pretty much half of his life in jail after the fifth grade. After his final arrest on a burgarly charge, Joe finally realized he needed to do something different with his life and had to stay away from prison. He was released by a judge to work on the streets for Cure Violence. Cure Violence is an organization that tries to help out individuals to understand that the can change for the better, and can still do something good in their life.
When the coaches found out he had no chance of getting any scholarships. Soon after he began studying for a trade and at the same time he stole cars to sell for parts. In 1979 a friend introduced him to the drug trade, he soon realized how much money he was making and went on to creating his organization by the age of 19 years old. He soon began to do business with some Nicaraguans, they would supply the him with the drugs and he would pay them back in return. Ross also saw the potential of selling crack cocaine in areas like compton, the drug was much cheaper and so people with less financial status was able to buy the drug of him.
He also demonstrates that he drinks too much and puts his drinking in front of his family, a bad habit that would be made worse if he owned a liquor store and had liquor more readily available. In act 2, scene 3, Walter faces the barrier of his money being stolen by Willy Harris (128). Immediately following the theft, Walter is crushed and wants to take the money the citizens of Clybourne Park raised to keep the Younger’s out of their neighborhood and use it to replace the lost insurance money (3.1 141,142). Finally, when faced with Linder, Walter has an epiphany and his dream changes to match that of his family. He realizes that
Batman, although he may seem childish, is a great example of grit. His parents were shot and killed in an alleyway one night while they were walking home leaving him all alone. The only other person he had in the world to care for him was his caring butler Alfred. RIght then he could have just given up and hid away in his enormous mansion never doing anything again. But he didn’t he got angry because at that point he realized that his city was being taken over by criminals and he wanted to start stopping them.
Rose was one of them whom he was not able to save, and her face appears on the bodies of others. At the first part of the movie, Frank and his partner Larry respond to a call from a family of a man named Mr. Burke who has entered cardiac arrest. Mary who is a daughter of Mr. Burke got introduced to Frank while assisting her dad. Mary’s dad was not responding at all; Frank asks his family members to play a music because music helps people to comfort and forget the pain for a short period of time. At that moment, everybody in the family was disturbed and tensed; that may be the reason why Frank asked to play a music which is one of the symbolism of stress management, and it helps the family to lessen their stress.There is a character named Noel who is a drug addict and creates violent activities in the society, so he is frequently sent to the hospital.
He had trouble walking and his leg just never quite worked the same. After not going to the doctor because that 's how stubborn he is, he fell down a second time and this time he couldn 't get back up. So my uncle Kevin took him to the doctor and they told him that grandpas muscles were just weak and that he 'd be fine. But when grandpa couldn 't walk anywhere without losing his balance they took him to the hospital to see what was going on. They said that he had a disease that made it so the brain told the leg to move but the leg wasn 't getting the message
In a previous scene that same police officer pulls over the same women and molests her on the side of the road in front of her husband pretending to pat her down for anything harmful she may have. This shows that a person has the ability to change. In addition, I also felt emotionally attached to the movie when the Persian man takes his gun and attempts to kill the Mexican person who came in to fix the Persian man’s store lock because he believed that the Mexican man cheated him. The Persian man determines where the Mexican man lived and goes there to kill the Mexican man. When the Persian man fires a shot the Mexican persons daughter jumps in to hug her father.
The usage of marijuana is also a problem for student athletes. Many believe that marijuana is harmless, but that is false. In an article about the truth behind marijuana, someone talks about “an 18-year-old patient who had started smoking marijuana several times a day in 10th grade, dropped out of high school, and had been stealing money from his parents”(Jangi). This exemplifies how marijuana can ruin the life of a perfectly healthy student. One day a student could be living life to the fullest, and the next they could be dropped out of school and living on the streets all because of a “harmless” drug.
In 145th Street, the author Walter Dean Myers based his ten stories off of his experiences in Harlem. Issues like domestic violence, drugs, death, and poverty are present in both of these books. An example of one of those issues from each book is that in The Other Wes Moore, Tony, the other Wes’ brother beats up his brother because he began getting involved in selling drugs and was making money off of it. Tony was trying to prevent Wes from falling into this trap like he did. but he became so overwhelmed with anger after spending so much time and effort in trying to keep Wes from getting into the drug business and failing that he began beating him up.