The chief complaint as stated by the patient was “I think I messed up with my behavior in the neighborhood and the police brought me here.” He had a flat affect, poor judgment, impulse control, concentration, attention span, and was also lacking insight, but he was cooperative and coherent. T.B is single, he used to work as a driver, but has been unemployed for five to six years, although he does have an associate’s degree. He has no medical history or history of drug, alcohol, or smoking, and no criminal history. T.B has no allergies, no access to a firearm, but he has had previous suicidal attempts in the past and was hospitalized for them. T.B has a mother, father, two brothers, and one sister, there is rarely any contact between them.
Age is not a qualification for decision making according to Chappie in Rule of the Bone. Actions can speak louder than words, and Chappie has definitely proved his independence at an atypical age. He was a merely eighth grader when, I hauled my stuff over to Russ’s place and stayed there until the last of the coins and the weed ran out and Russ said the older guys didn’t want me hanging around anymore. Hector let me have a couple bags on credit so I could start dealing on my own and then the older guys said I could have the couch in the living room ay least for the rest of the summer if I kept them in weed and since I was a dealer now that’s what I did. Chappie’s decision to “haul my stuff” shows the strength of his independence.
He had never been to camp but he comforted himself that this time he was going to a camp and would make some friends. He did not have friends at home. It was because he was overweight. He was always teased by his schoolmates about his size. Stanley did not commit a crime and he was innocent.
“She guessed she was lucky, compared to most kids in the desert. Her father brought food home, he had never hit or even touched her and he hadn’t disappeared” (Straight 12). The author says that because Elvia felt that her mother had just disappeared and left her but she did not do that. It was much more to the story, but at least she knew her father was going to always be there. Her father is a loving dad and would kill for her.
His name is Daniel and he lives alone in a rented portacabin. He gets paid by painting graffiti illegally, for boys who would have written something sweet to their girlfriends. He doesn’t have a bank account, because if he creates a account then the state will take his money, because he owes money. He has a friend they call granddad, who is a scientist and researcher in sleep rhythm. Granddad is a chubby man and he's fallen in love with the beautiful bakery girl, but she knows him not at all.
My grandfather was an expert at running his business, but he never used a computer. All of the record keeping was done manually and recipes were memorized by his employees. The café does not have a marketing strategy in place and needs to be updated. One main advantage of The Broadway Café is that it is the only restaurant of its kind in the town. Although this is the case, there is always the potential for other businesses to come in and try to gain the competitive advantage for itself.
He worked in an office as a lawyer, an occupation that didn’t raise interest or admiration of others. All he did was sit in an office all day. On top of all that, he wore glasses and was practically blind in his left eye. When Scout asked Miss Maudie what Atticus could do, Miss Maudie told her that he was the best checker player in town and that he could play the Jews harp, which didn’t impress Scout. Although, when Atticus shot Tim Johnson, the mad dog, Jem and Scout were beaming with pride and after learning that he used to be the best shot in Maycomb and of his nickname “Ol’ One Shot”, they admired Atticus more than ever.
Analysis of George Wilson George Wilson is one of the few good characters in Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby with no hidden agenda or lust for wealth and status. His primary concern involved his adulterous wife and his job running an unsuccessful garage. Yet as a good character in The Great Gatsby, George committed the murder of the titular character, driven by the actions of the old wealth. George Wilson is first introduced to Nick by Tom when they go to his garage to visit Myrtle. Wilson is from a lower class than all the other characters in The Great Gatsby, and is described as “a blond, spiritless man, anemic and faintly handsome” (Fitzgerald 25).
Although I agree that some adults like Mrs Pratchett and Mr Coombes are portrayed as ogres because they are very horrible and they do not respect Dahl and his friends. One of the many few adults that were portrayed as an ogre throughout his childhood was Mrs Pratchett. “She was a small skinny old had that had a moustache on her upper lip and a mouth as sour as a green gooseberry” (Page 33). She would never welcome Dahl into the store and she always used to say nasty things to him like “I am watching you so keep yer thievin fingers off them chocolates!”, “I do not want you in ere just to look around” (Page33) and many other nasty things to Dahl. There were many filthy things about this lady some of them being uncleaned fingernails with dirt all through them and bits of breakfast always all over her aprons.
He refers to the husband as “Bub” within minutes of arriving, showing his comfort with the situation. The husband was confused by Robert, having never met a blind man. He says how strange he finds it that Robert doesn’t use a cane or wear dark glasses- later calling Robert’s eyes ‘creepy’. After a large dinner and dessert, the three head into the living room to watch television. The wife nods off in between the two, and the men are left to themselves.