3D Scandal Today’s top story revolves around a Mr. Square, who preached about the nonexistent third dimension claiming he had been there. Mr. Square was well respected among his fellow squares, and had a very steady job as a Mathematician, but not all things are as they appear. We have a few anonymous witnesses that say they heard him rambling about a dream that he had and how he had been to the third dimension. We at the Flatland Tribune were able to obtain an interview with Mr. Square who was happy to tell us the whole truth. He starts out by telling us that he himself wasn’t a believer of the third dimension until he was visited by a person named Sphere on the day of the new millennium.
Juror 8, played by Henry Fonda, was an architect named Davis and the only one to vote towards not guilty. When questioned as to if he really believes that the boy is innocent he simply responded “I don’t know.” Davis felt that if they have the boy’s life in their hands then the least they could do is talk about it for an hour. Davis’s claim was that he had reasonable doubt about whether or not the boy actually killed his father. There were many little things that they overlooked in the cross-examination and Davis said “if I were him I would have asked for a new lawyer.” By voting not guilty, and presenting his reasoning, Davis was able to get the jury to take a look at the evidence once again with a fine-toothed comb. In order to provide a valid argument, Davis needed to show the jury the grounds under which he believed the evidence presented was not credible enough to send him to the chair.
He finished his dinner and the financial page of the Sun at a quarter to nine, as he always did” (20). Mr. Martin follows a strict routine, like drinking his glass of milk every night, and seems to be a tame person who keeps to his own business. If Mr. Martin is as soft a character as he appears, why does he plan to murder Mrs. Barrows? As we get farther along in the story we can see Mr. Martin is not as flawless as he first appears. Though he seems error free, there is evidence to believe Mr. Martin is not as efficient as he seems.
I chose to write about Lou Pai, the mystery man, because he was more intriguing than any of the other executives, not to mention he was the only one who escaped federal prosecution. Like the other executives at Enron, Pai was consumed with numbers (money) but also had an odd interest in strippers. This fascination with strippers later led to his divorce, which caused Pai to leave Enron, cashing in approximately 250 million dollars. The Divorce couldn’t have come at a better time because Enron went bankrupt shortly thereafter (approximately six months later). Pai’s strange fetishes and behaviour portrays him as a very unscrupulous person.
However in spite of all that he ended up inventing the atomic bomb considered by many to be one of the greatest inventions of all time. Then there’s George Washington was unable to spell for much of his early life and had very poor grammar usage however he became the first president of the United States. Newton was little heard of by much of anyone and was thought to be mentally unstable at times and even insane. Newton then came up with his laws of gravity, which became the founding principles of mechanics. After stating that the Earth was not the center of the universe but instead was the sun, Galileo was threatened with excommunication if he did not take back the idea.
Upon Dorothy’s last illness and an unsuccessful divorce application, Dorothy resided with her daughter in New Jersey. Although Merrill was not aware that Dorothy was residing in New Jersey, he made no attempt to writer, call or use any other form of communication. 4. Procedural History Marrill argues that post-separation conduct is not relevant to whether one spouse abandoned the other. The courts however disagreed.
Contrast between John and Abigail Adams’ Letters John and Abigail Adams talk about questions we care about, but their language, their style, though completely different, remind us that they did not necessarily see these questions as we do. In order to understand the contrast between John and Abigail Adams’ letters, we need to understand where they have come from and what opinions they had on the American Revolution. Abigail was the daughter of a Congregational minister in Weymouth, Massachusetts. She had no formal schooling due to frequent childhood illness; therefore taking it upon herself to educate through her father’s extensive library and social observation. “She observed in later years that girls and boys in her youth were not treated equally and that daughters were wholly neglected in point of Literature” (Baym).
John Nash is a character in the movie “A Beautiful Mind” who can be described as an awkward man, unsociable, a hermit who never leaves his room; yet, he is a mathematician genius who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. He is extremely talented, haughty, egotistic and only has one true friend his roommate Charles. Nash is very stubborn and does not care about other people’s theories because he believes his are the only ones that matter. In fact he skips classes because he claims that it will dull his mind. He is a hard worker who dedicates all his time to solving math problems and theories like the Game Theory.
Her family structure is different than any typical Asian American household because her parents don’t communicate with each other. The reason her mother immigrated to the United States, was because her father saved her from a tragedy that happened during the time he was at China. Ying-Ying never said or objected anything from her husband because when she was younger, she grew up with her baby sitter, Amah, telling her to “never ask, only listen” (pg. 70). Throughout Ying-Ying’s life, she never expressed herself and was quiet most of the time, even around her daughter who was the only person she was able to communicate to in the house.
They began to become really good friends when they both find out that they have one thing in common, Daisy. Gatsby tells Nick that he was close to her and Nick tells him that they're cousins. I believe that Nick has changed. Nick is a pretty honest guy when we first meet him, but it doesn’t mean that he’s always very nice. He’s skilled at getting along with everyone in public, and in private, he judges them in private.