end of OCScandidates take turns with calling diddy The diddy bothered rye at freshman, confidence at that time he confused confidence w. arrogance but as his time in OcS progressed he realized it what it really meant, confidence was one of the key qualities that led him to a hopeless place like Kibera, Huburus according to his dad was marines biggest threat Rye has trouble w. exercises in boot amp esp. Rope climbing He
Gebriel Belay Mcom 135 D.Shwartz First day Plot- the scene revolves around a father whose son got suspended on the first day of school for being caught with a girl in the janitors closet. My character is a busy father at work who has to go deal with his son’s suspension from school. He wants his son to behave well but and do the right thing but he is not really mad because he believes boys will always be boys when it comes to girls. On top of his sons suspension he still have to go to home and explain what happen with their son to his wife. Character- Mr. Johnson- father, who is mad at his trouble making son, who he loves.
In the article “Methamphetamine: Are Tougher Anti-Meth Laws Needed?” Rusty Payne, spokesman for United States Drug Enforcement Administration, says, “Parents are consumed with getting their next high, they completely neglect everything around them, including their children.” When a meth user comes off of the high meth produces, often times they sleep for days on end. While in the process of coming off a meth high, a mother let her seven month old drown. Methamphetamine can enter a child’s bloodstream from coming in contact with someone cooking or smoking meth. When officers searched meth labs in 2003, seventy percent of children had toxic chemicals in their system. Children who come in contact with methamphetamine on a daily basis can develop cancer or liver, kidney, spleen, or brain damage.
Four years later, she was admitted to the school clinic, supposedly to have her appendix removed. It was years later that Muir learned that she had been sterilized.” (Unknown, The Sterilization of the Intellectually Challenged) The Famous Five are supposed to be a group that supports and aids others; ironically the Alberta Sexual Sterilization Act, that they helped to pass, was hurting others. If history books do not record everything, both negative and positive, the suffering and agony felt by Muir and others like her, will be forgotten. In doing so, everyone would live a lie; that all famous figures were and are perfect. Plus, Members of the Eugenics Movement saw themselves as nation-builders.
In the beginning chapters of the book, he is eager and looking forward to war. By the end of the book, wishes he had never been involved in the war. A dramatic change took place inside this man between his enlistment and discharge. I read this change to be an extreme form of growing up. Not the form of growing up that most young men these days go through, but the growing up a man does when he watches friends die.
This is discovered when the patriarch, Julian Hayden, says to his son Wesley “Ever since the war…Ever since Frank came home in a uniform and you stayed home, you’ve been jealous” (118). This favoritism shows what little respect Julian holds for his younger son that stems from Franks dominance between the Hayden siblings. Wes is constantly put down because of his brother’s achievements; these situations can either make or break Wesley. In all families, there is a member who thrives on ‘power trips’, and in this specific situation, it was Julian, “He wanted, he needed, power…he was a dominating man who drew sustenance and strength from controlling others” (20). Julian acquires his power through putting others down, especially Wes; this causes Wesley to have a lot of animosity towards his father.
At this point this becomes crucial, because the Nazi oppression in the concentration camps makes it harder for any relationship. It is shocking to Elie on many occasions, the cruelty sons show their fathers in many of the barracks. He says of this particular boy, “I saw one of thirteen beating his father because the latter had not made his bed properly. The old man was crying softly while the boy shouted, “If you don’t stop crying I shan’t bring you any more bread. Do you understand?” This event serves a warning to Elie not to lose his sense of compassion towards his father so that they can remain close and continue supporting each other because without each other neither of them will survive.
David Ernest Duke Born: July 13, 1950 Birthplace: Tulsa, OK Father: David Hedger Duke Mother: Alice Maxine Crick Duke Background Duke’s father was an engineer for Shell Oil and he is always traveling. His Mother battled alcoholism and pill addiction. In school, Duke was bullied because he was a “bookish loner”; he was called “puke duke.” He became interested in “the world far-rights politics” at the age 14. He attended one of the Citizen Councils of America meeting. The Citizen Councils of America (CCA) is anti-integration group also known as “the White Citizens’ Council.” Soon he started to read Books about Nazism, the Third Reich, and racist tracts.
“Genetics loads the gun, and environment pulls the trigger,” is what the experts always say at the eating disorder conferences, said Caitlin Scafati, a recovered anorexic. And yet no one has identified the genes. Gail Schoenbach, a 48-year-old mother of three from Warren, N.J., said she had been bulimic since she was 18 but did not get treatment until her 40s, when her friends alerted her husband and he started calling treatment centers. “I was very embarrassed and scared and humiliated and ashamed that I had lied about it,” she
It was stated several times that these anti-psychotic medications are used to treat adults with bipolar disorder and their side effects have never been studied in children, so these parent are using their children as what I would call a “lab rat” some sort of science experiment, unbelievable! The treatment of a “temper tantrum” is a good parent. The one thing that really upset me was after the report of the four year old girls death there was another parent whom watched the news story about her, she seemed genuinely concerned being her son takes five or six different anti-psychotic medication she made an appointment to address her concerns, them leaves with another medication. Wow! I have strong opinions on medicating children.