For most of his professional life, Ray Lewis has tried to expiate his sin from the year 2000. The fans have been particularly draconian, however, to Ray. Some fans are xenophobic, as others are racist, and the idea of a black man committing murder and getting away with it is unbearable to them. This raises a question of propriety, and, in this case, people are being unjust. The quixotic nature of the fans hatred is unbearable to say the least, impractical as can be.
Their effort for customer’s satisfaction is called “Deliver WOW through service.” To create a superior customer experience, they have been many things. First of all, they provide not only free shipping in both directions but also a 365- day return policy. Customers do not have to worry about shipping fee and inconveniences from return process by using Zappos. They also focus on the function of the call center. To satisfy the customer, Zappos never outsourced their call center, which means they do not work from a script.
Regan governed with focused self-confidence and he never considered his position to place him above those he led. Most people saw Regan as an honest, authentic, genuine and honorable President, but most importantly he was a great communicator. He showed that best himself in the Farewell Address January 1989. “I won a nickname, "The Great Communicator." But I never thought it was my style or, the words I used that made a difference: it was the content.
As a child, it opened my eyes. I saw the world for what it really was: callous and brutal. As I grew older, I grew more cautious. When it was discovered that al-Qaeda was behind the inexorable acts of terrorism, I unfairly discriminated against Muslims, automatically associating them with terrorism. This, to me, surprises me considering I have Islamic cousins (I definitely have no negative feelings towards anybody because of their race or religion now).
They believe this was a right that they were given by our Four Fathers, which is clearly not true. Yes, they have the freedom of speech but when should the freedom be taken away? What about the rights of the innocent victims and their families? Hate crimes, because of their nature will always lead to violence and this is not a freedom that people should have. In my opinion, the penalties for hate crimes should continue to be more severe than that of a regular crime because so many innocent people are injured and even killed simply because they are different.
Before those attacks, I thought we lived in a perfect world where nothing bad like that could ever happen in my time, I was so naïve, so young and didn’t know any better. And, in our case, it changed the way we think of people, cultures, and societies in a negative way. In one way people started attacking the middle eastern/Muslim descent. All Muslims after that day, were pretty much looked at as terrorists, and it sucked because being a Muslim myself people started looking at me differently
Lemon continues by saying that “building a mosque at Park 51 is an extraordinary circumstance” and this is a very heated issue because many people lost their loved ones on 9/11. Patel mentioned that Muslim Americans were also amongst those who lost their loved ones but many Americans only seem to forget this and focus on the other religions victims. Incorporating what Lemon has said, it seem like he doesn’t want the mosque to be built next to ground zero because Muslim were apart of the 9/11 attack. Just because a small group of Muslims blew up the twin towers doesn’t mean that all Muslims are evil and heartless and they should be punished by refusal of constructing a mosque near ground
My friend did not like Muslim people because he thought that all of them were here to make our lives worse by blowing up another building or plane. As the evidence that would support his hypothesis he would talk about the tragic 9/11 event in the US and grievous accidents in the other countries. He was always ready to hear bad news and they characterized the entire nation for him. Being from another country I felt embarrassed of him sometimes because I could not accept his idea of judging all the people by the acts of few. Unfortunately, none of the good stories reached his ear; they seemed to vanish in his mind.
Since 9-11, Sikh men with turbans have had a bad time with discrimination. They have been falsely accused of being terrorists. The number of people dying because of terrorism is nothing compared to the numbers dying of poverty; malnutrition; child abuse, drunk driving, smoking, alcoholism, drugs, and even being terribly overweight, yet the propaganda is that terrorism is the biggest evil that this world has ever seen. This is particularly hurtful not only to innocent Muslims, but to my people, the Sikhs, because of the turbans and long beards of male Sikhs. Sikhs have respect for Islam, the faith of the Muslims and we are often mistaken for Muslims, but we are a very different
Black’s took to the streets with riot’s starting; however White’s had a different approach. Some didn’t know quite what to think, but many were shocked at his sudden death. Racist’s we’re pleased however, but the general population was either upset or in shock at the situation. His families have a positive attitude to his death, and his wife has been said to have said to her children not to hate his killer, for he wouldn’t have wanted