The five dollar bill has one of the best presidents to have ever been in office, Mr. Abraham Lincoln. He did many things that has an influence on this country today by making one simple amendment. The thirteenth amendment abolishing slavery. It was a reason he was murdered in the movie theatre but that simple decision led to greatness in today’s society.
By the time Earle Nelson had reached his teenage years, he had become a local regular at brothels and bars of San Francisco’s Barbary Coast. At the age of eighteen, Nelson was arrested and sentenced to two years in San Quentin State Prison for burglary. Around the time that Nelson was released, the United States of America was just entering World War I and he had enlisted into the U.S. Navy, refusing to do anything but to lay on his cot and complain
When he was born tupac was exposed to a lot of violent things at a very young age. His album “against the world” was one of his most successful albums reaching double platinum the U.S. but sadly his career came to a tragic end he he was killed in a drive by shooting hitting him two time in the chest, one time in the arm and one time in the thigh. He died from his injuries 6 days later at a hospital in Las vegas. The general public think
True Fear and Loathing Hunter S. Thompson is well known today for writing “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” which inspired the cult classic movie by the same name. We catch a glimpse of who this man actually was in the following readings. Two narratives, one written by Hunter S. Thompson, himself; “Fear and Loathing in America” published in ESPN, reads as a reactionary rant about the terrorist attacks on 9/11. A second story, “Still Gonzo after all these years” featured in American Journalism Review, details Richard Keil’s drunken night of adventure with Thompson. From these two stories comes a lively depiction of who Hunter S. Thompson was, and what he stood for.
“Bueller…, Bueller..., Bueller...” A timeless quote from one of the greatest movies John Hughes Directed that still resonates today. An innovator, legend, and idol to many , I believe John Hughes is one of the greatest directors of all time. John Hughes’ unique style of relatable scenarios portraying the developmental challenges teenagers go through in The Breakfast Club, and Ferris Buhler’s Day off.
The Celtics boasted a long championship drought from 1986-2008, leaving fans in Boston disgruntled and antsy. That drought ended when Celtics GM Danny Ainge made pivotal moves to construct a team that would ultimately bring number 17 to Boston. Let's look at a quick recap of those moves: Traded Jeff Green, Delonte West and Wally Szczerbiak to Seattle for Ray Allen and a 2nd round pick
Have you done something wrong, that you never thought anybody would find out about? Imagine having that moment blasted to the entire world. In this paper, I will chronicle a series of private phone calls that may have destroyed Mel Gibson’s career. Mel Gibson is well known in the film industry as an action star. The actor starred in the highly successful Mad Max film series.
He was sentenced for life for killing a man who was associated with his wife, then while serving his time he saved a supertient gates from a gate riot. A women named Pearl Hart but “ Bandit Queen “ was her nickname. Pearl and Joe Boot robbed the globe to florence stagecoach. Pearl had been sentenced to fives years but only had served two. Joe Boot was sentenced thirty years but had escaped and only had done two years and was never recaptured.
He only managed to get a 5 year probation because he convinced the judge he needed therapy. Along with murder, Jeffrey was charged with necrophilia and cannibalism. He committed necrophilia on 3 victims; Raymond Smith. Errol Lindsey and Oliver Lacey. He committed cannibalism on Ernest Miller and David Thomas.
He died of natural causes in 2007. Number Four: The Ochoa Brothers. Another unseemly family story, the three Ochoa brothers began trafficking drugs in 1977 when they had their boss executed to take over cocaine exports. Together, they earned a profit of $6 billion. Number Three: Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar.
Although, the movie turned out great the lawsuit didn’t end so well for Salamo Arouch’s plaintiff. The fact that Salamo Arouch could have survived the holocaust, have a movie made about him, and have fought for over 208 fights is extraordinary. This man has left a mark in the history books. Hopefully more people will see that mark and notice his importance. Imagine the Roman colosseum fights happening not but 60 years ago.
Whether you grew on the West Coast, the East Coast, or somewhere in between, chances are you are familiar with the infamous rapper 2pac. 2pac, also known by his given name Tupac Shakur, is one of the most talented rappers and poets that the late 1980s and 1990s had time to bless us with before his life was tragically cut short. Here 's a look at the top seven greatest quotes of all time from 2pac on everything from poverty to responsibility. Number Seven: 2pac On Fame "I had no record all my life, no police record until I made a record. As my video was debuting on MTV, I was behind bars getting beat up by the police department."
Since the the day Elvis Presley was proclaimed dead due to a drug overdose on August 16, 1977, rumors and conjecture have hypothesized that he is still living. Some claim he is living in secrecy, escaping the life he had created for himself as arguably the most popular and influential American musician of all time. Is it that Presley fans essentially can 't give up, or arrives truth to the ravenous bits of gossip that he faked his own particular downfall to pick up the security and peace he needed amid his fame.
At one point in his life, Marlon even denied an Oscar to fight for the cause of Native Americans as Hollywood was treating them unfairly. He was not afraid in the slightest of how he was looked upong. As for his personal life, Brando was married at least three times to others in the acting profession and had at least eleven children who were not necessarily from his wives. In 2004, Marlon Brando passed away in Los Angeles. He was eighty years old and had changed the acting world forever.