On the other hand, a fun fact is if I spit on the streets, it is okay. Apparently, that is not considered littering in Boston. It is illegal in some states though, or so I heard. So not everyone is like me, we are all individuals. The person behind me on the streets could have littered and purposely did not use the trashcan.
It just shows how immature they are. Sometimes when somebody insults me or something like that, I always try to think to myself “don’t get down on their level”. Meaning just because they insult me, doesn’t mean I have to be the same way. Of course it doesn’t always work, but at least I’m
Nowadays there are many offending things out there that nobody is safe from being offended. There are a couple simple things people can do to avoid offensive things if they do not like them. For example, the Pompeii statue, if one doesn’t like to look at this and finds it offensive to oneself, then the simple thing to do is to not go near it and look at it. You don’t have to go to the city and demand it be removed. Simply just avoid the statue.
I feel broken down. But all you have to do when people try to break you down is stare them down and hold your ground. Be you nobody else. If you’re having trouble just relax and be yourself because as an imposter people will just hold you down without a doubt. Before it’s too late turn your life around and be yourself so you won’t be known as a clown.
It’s sad that all the effort stores go through to stop shoplifting doesn’t discourage some people from shoplifting. You can help the store in trying to stop shoplifting by just never stealing from a store and also if you see someone shoplifting you can tell an employee. You have you remember that even though you think it’s fine it can cause a lot more trouble than it’s worth so you just never steal and everything will be
“She states that someone can do worse then collecting box”.(pg21). Also, no one is forcing him to do so. He wasn’t homeless or in debt to anyone and Ascher didn’t explain what his situation was. There are possible evidence of things we can think of, why The Box Man chooses to do this. For the phrase above, I would have to say I agree to this statement because there are a couple of answer I already stated in the second paragraph.
According to him there is no escape from the weight of means and ends (Ramsay, 33). We often hear people while faced with certain difficult situations saying that the end does not justify the means but rarely have we ever thought of what that means. In reality, this means for example that one cannot result to stealing as a way of satisfying his/her needs as this would be considered immoral and punishable by law. Whatever the end is, one is not supposed to result to immoral behavior to achieve that
Harassment, after all, rarely goes on in front of those who would take steps to stop it. Other chiefs may be reluctant to deal with sexual harassment at all, believing that writing policies or providing training will increase the number of harassment complaints. But a head-in-the-sand approach is counterproductive: it will only make things worse, and it ignores management's legal responsibility for providing a harassment-free
This not only affects the people who live around us, but the future as well. The problem can be easily avoided if we make simple changes. Litter on the streets draw attention, and make communities around us look bad. When we think of nature, we think of it as beautiful and clean. This is not what is seen today.
Readers will agree with my view because your view of beggars is uncompassionate. I come to the end of the text and I see another technique (used right at the end) which is a pun “No change, we say, no change. Just say no change”. This suggesting that the first time you said “no change” means that the beggars never change, but I disagree because they do sometimes, realise that it is time to get themselves together and change. The last change means that, no, we have no money to give.