5 The conditions of the battle of the Somme were not ideal. There was had been lots of rain prior and during the battle. The trenches were full of mud, rats and diseases. The mud made moving around in the trenches very hard which led to many cases of trench foot and also the mud made some on the Canadian’s guns not fire. There were many rats in the trenches because of the rotting bodies which led to disease spreading like lice.
Because people don't dispose of the plastic bags properly they get into water ways which eventually affect the see life as well as all other animals and living organisms including plants. Chemicals are released in the air causing harm to everyone and everything. The plastic ends up around animals or plants causing suffocation and stress to the living, which results to death. Plastic bags have become such a huge problem because of the large amount of plastic bags on earth. If you were in charge, what plan might you propose to reduce or eliminate their use?
K2 . Is it a problem? this synthetic drug causes 53%of the consumers to obtain brain damage or memory loss. Even the stores that sell K2 have a dreadful smell that I think makes you feel like you are choking because it is thick. There are dozens of shops that sell K2 and they don't care where the shops are and the causes it has on the surroundings.
Splatters of crimson blood drip here and there i cannot bear to look. The sky is a dull grey, rain soaking my hair and cloths. I am frozen t the bone. i am worried because i have lost feelings in both my legs, and it pains me to walk. my hands are as purple as the mangled bodies lying about.
The trenches were cold and damp in the winter and often flooded by heavy rain. Oversized rats lingered around the trenches causing the spread of diseases as they were inflated by the food and waste of armies. Lack of hygiene also caused the spread of diseases. Soldiers caught lice which was later known to be the cause of trench fever which caused headaches, fevers etc. Many soldiers developed trench foot, a frostbite like infection that led to extreme pain and caused the feet to swell and turn black.
| * | | Actors of Shakespeare’s time would regularly trash inns, drink heavily, chase the local girls and generally wreak havoc! | * | | The streets of London were narrow, cobbled and slippery with the slime of refuse as chamber pots were emptied out of windows! | * | | Shakespeare produced some of the most original plays of his time. Before he came onto the scene going to the theatre was boring! | | * | Shakespeare’s father could not read or write!
There are people to blame for my cities downfall. Due to all the stealing that was going on in council has caused a large deficit. In recent years this has been the cause of the depressing state my city is in. its ruined state of minds so bad to the point we don’t believe in ourselves as much. Also the lack of teacher & student relations has even ruined my generation we feel as though there’s no one to fight for us.
Was there a rule or norm that existed and the answer is yes, both existed. According to our text, “being regarded as mentally abnormal by others is usually a result of breaking the rules of the society; one behaves in a way that is considered odd, eccentric, bizarre, and/or troublesome” (Emeritus 293). Mr. McCollum displayed odd behavior and broke the rules through his obsession with trains by trespassing in the rail yard, impersonating transit personnel, stealing busses for joy rides and violating the conditions of his probation when he returned to the city and attempted to impersonate transit workers time and time again. The second criterion is someone must violate (or be thought to violate) that norm, Mr. McCollum was known to have this obsession by law enforcement, his parents and the court system, we know this because he was told multiple times through his subsequent arrests, court appearances and prison term. The issue is that not only did he know what he was doing by violating parole was wrong, he admitted to the court he couldn’t help himself, according to the story.