Greg will not win the case based in religion discrimination. The third employee is Horatio. Horatio may believe he is being terminated because he has another lawsuit pending for race discrimination (protected population). However, Horatio has no experience in HR polices or laws and will not be able to take over any other duties after the downsizing is complete. Moreover, Horatio has no evidence that the HR department treated him in a negative manner and he will not win.
"He ashamed, and wants to tell her so, but it's not for him to apologize. He hasn't earned the right" (Page 176) - I found this quote to be significant because I felt that it showed Dragan's character and how the guilt had built up within him. It showed us how Dragan felt remorse for what happened to Emina but he also felt that he wasn't worthy enough to own up to it. He felt that since he never helped her, well she was shot. So he feels he's unworthy of showing her, his remorse because he never tried to help her in the first place.
1.The old locks and lack of guards in the palace of corrective detention indicate that they believed that they never needed to have improved the security because they never expected for someone to think on their own like equality 7-2521. Naturally everyone wouldn’t even think about escaping due to the precautions taken if they were found. Equality 7-2521 doesn’t care for this all he cares for and that drives him is to be with the council of scholars. That’s how it was so easy for him to escape he thought about it on his own he believes that every can think on their own an no one thinks for another this is what allows equality to excel in life. 2. Ayn Rand contrasts about equality 7-2521 and the collective government by saying “they or we”
How come no one ever has the urge to stand up for them, to claim for what they deserve? Hank suggests that these humble men, “these poor ostensible freemen” (92), they have no idea what freedom really means. They’ve never experienced such freedom comparable to what Hank did in the modern world. In their naive and narrow mind, they believe the ways things are now are the ways they should be. When Hank mentioning the voting system to them in the modern world, they all seems to be confused.
Although Tiresias never states that Antigone was right Tiresias does indeed talk about The Great Miasma that Creon has cause over the city by not burying the body. Tiresias notices the miasma due to the fact that the gods were not taking his offerings. Tiresias never said that Antigone was right, but the realization of Creon knowing that he was wrong and that he lost his family showed that Tiresias prophecy bought attention to the reality that Creon was indeed
Because he was blind to the prophecy, he blinds himself to remember everything he had done. His fate would have been execution, but by punishing himself, he makes other believe that he is punished. In addition to Oedipus avoiding his fate he is a coward in terms of his actions. He tells Creon to exile him far away because he is too afraid to deal with all that has happed. When he says “Drive me out of this country as quickly as may be to a place where no human voice can ever greet me.” (Ln.
This is shown as he tells Scout that the reason she shouldn’t squash the Rolly Polly was because “They didn’t bother you.” (pg. 238). This alone does not satisfy Jem. Instead he questions the justice system with his father. Even with the prefudice Jem still can’t understand why the infallible battle Atticus led failed.
shaking him, but it did no use. If Brother had not been full of himself in those few moments Doodle's precious life could have been saved. Instead Brother was more angry that Doodle had failed him because all of the hard work that he had put in to making his brother normal had failed and now things were not going his way. Brother's anger caused him to leave Doodle just when he
However, the Second Mile stated that they never knew anything about the incident, although this may not be accurate. Curley and Schultz were charged with failing to tell the police, and falsely telling the grand jury that they were never informed them about the incident. McQueary was a graduate assistant at the time and he displayed more good ethics than the organizational leadership of the school. By Curley and Schultz covering up the incident the abuse could continue because no one ever knew of Sandusky’s extreme unethical behaviors. However, McQueary attempted to do what was right by informing his superiors; but that was not enough to stop the abuse.
He thinks it’s the only way out, but didn’t think through other options. He was unprepared and unaware, didn’t even think of precautions in case something went wrong. The error in communication was partly Friar’s mistake too because he did not handle the letter himself to make sure it got to Mantua. All his plans went awry, because he rushed through all his