Bromden, uncomfortable with McMurphy’s deceit, refuses to accept the five dollars that McMurphy offers him later. McMurphy asks why all of a sudden everyone acts like he is a traitor, and Bromden tells him it is because he is always winning things. Ratched orders that everyone who went on the fishing trip be cleansed because of the company they kept. George has a phobia regarding cleanliness and begs the aides not to spray him with their smelly salve.
A Most Undisciplined Profligate Crew Officers of the jersey brigade request several times for food supplies and clothing but nothing was sent. The officers had no choice but to manipulate the jersey assembly but they failed and some officers quit. For the next expedition, the officers once again requested for better pay and supplies too. George Washington was upset to hear about the officers; they were manipulating in giving up their jobs if the demands were not met. George Washington was worried that his will influence the rest of the military so they gave the officers better pay if they took back their petitions.
Jeena Ravindran Pamela Dewey MGMT 113 June 20, 2015 The Office 1) What mistakes do you think john Mitchell made with the way he solved the problem of limited office space? I believe John Mitchell handled the limited office space problem very poorly. He should have brought Krista Acklen into the conversation with mayor as any decision will be affecting her staff and program. Acklen could have brought other options to the table that worked for everyone. What John Mitchell did was go around Krista Acklen to please the mayor, disappointing Acklen and all of her staff.
His own family disapproved of it. The reason for that was because they knew it was going to be biased. There were too many risks in taking that case. He risks being criticized by the townsfolk in Maycomb. Mrs. Dubose criticizes him at one point and says, “Atticus is a Nigger lover!” or when she says, “Your father’s no better than the niggers and trash he works for!” He also puts his re-election for legislature in jeopardy because of all the racist people living there.
This makes people come together to form an angry mob and turn against the government, often times giving up their lives for the cause. Monopolies are bad because they yield the process of production and keep the economy at a standstill. They make people angry and they make it impossible for others to become entrepreneurs. They overwhelm an industry and often leave it battered and bruised as a bully would leave their poor victim. It is companies such as the peach farm that force people’s insanity and revoke their sense of ownership and livelihood.
He gets drunk and cheats on his wife Mrs. Kabelo. At first I feel pity for Jonah because his daughter Sara died. And he wasn’t that bad to the family in the beginning. He used to be really nice to Chanda’s mama and always made her laugh which make someone like Chanda like him. But there’s other ways that made me dislike him also; he steals the money that is for his own daughter’s funeral just so he can go to the Shebeen and get drunk, I don’t understand why won’t he just get a job and use his money instead of the families saving.
Those who rebel, pay for it later; whether it is a coincidence, or not. “Old man Warner snorted, ‘Pack of crazy fools,’ he said, ‘listening to the young folks, nothings good enough for them’” (4). This quote shows exactly how the town elder feels. He feels that the younger people of the town are trying to get rid of and go against the tradition of the town that has been in place for some many years. Another example of social class in this story is,
As the police question the spectators, even Pop Doyle sticks to being “deaf and dumb” and shushes the woman who speaks up. Clearly, the threat of the mob can sever family ties. The same “D and D” attitude is displayed after the crushing murder of Kayo Dugan, the second “cheese-eater”. Despite the camaraderie between the longshoremen, they do not react or avenge their colleague’s death, but ignore it as they themselves are scared. Without the support of a large group, the powerlessness of the single man is
this arrogance by Birling is shown through his lack of care for his family and his priories are climbing the social ladder and stopping a public scandal. At the start of the play the inspector question Mr Birling on the death, Birling quickly responds violently and says “you weren’t asked to come here and talk to me about responsibility”, in the house Birling is advert and he is used to people respecting him and him talking down to other people, this way is challenged when the inspector arrives, and because Birling is arrogant and feels that because he was “lord mayor just two years ago” he is above the lower class and the working class(the inspector). And he feels that he shouldn’t even consider the less fortunate than him “community and all that nonsense” and this kind of attitude annoys priestly and this shows the dislike for Birling from Priestly and how he is portraying it to the audience of
I wish I could understand so I could help prevent them from doing so. I also felt disturbed when Charlton Heston held a pro-gun rally after the Columbine shooting. He also showed up after the first grader was shot. Charlton Heston refused to say sorry for hosting the rallies after the horrifying events. It just shows how ignorant people are in the United States.