Although he did kill a few people in the story, he never really wanted to. When he defeated Bonzo and Stilson, he did it so that he would not just win that fight, he’d win all of the fights that they would ever have. He never meant to kill anyone. When he found out that he killed all the buggers he started crying. The IF lied to him and told him that it was just a game when it was not.
But when, because of their carelessness and laziness, ground drills and were abandoned. The army started to feel heavy to them since they started to hardly ever wear it. That negligence, and laziness, led them to asking the emperor to take away the breastplates and next the helmets. So when they went out and fought the Goths they had no protection whatsoever from the head to the chest, and were often beaten by archers. No one tried to replace the breastplates and the helmets.
The real reason he was being so obnoxious was because he had issues with his teenage son which effected his opinions about teenagers. That is why he was voting guilty throughout the movie. No one knew about his son, and background so they had no clue why he was so obnoxious. When juror #3's emotions were revealed everyone knew why he was so angry and that changed everyone thought about him.
On the other hand, leaving the epic ending at the end of book 23, leaves us with too many loose ends: why would Odysseus reveal his identity to all his bellowed ones, apart from his father who has been suffering upon the loss of his son? Another is that the suitors' families would have been raging upon the slaughter of their sons - the resolution of which is only covered in book 24 which is appropriately resolved by gods' intervention, this time with Athena's help fulfilling commonly used 'deus ex machina' ending. Considering all the arguments, I am not going to offer any breakthrough ideas that haven't been achieved so far by so many scholars over the centuries. In order to reconcile the critical mind, reasoning with all the facts, and a romantic soul, supporting the mystery around Homer's identity and the Unitarian theory, I am inclining to the theory that even book 24 was done by Homer. Perhaps Homer was procrastinating with his duties, as
Enili became very angry at the other gods when he saw the boat. Enili asked the other gods if the mortals escaped because no mortals were suppose to have survived the destruction. Ninurta smarted off that Ea did it and he Ea knew everything and makes his own rules. Ea asked Enlil how he could so senselessly bring down the flood. Then he told Enlil that he didn’t tell Utnaplishtim of the flood, he learnt of it in a dream.
The true monsters who do commit unspeakable acts or who are found to be a valid threat to the public are simply not unleashed upon anyone; they will not be released. Sitting for years in a concrete box amongst murderers and drug dealers, being relentlessly mistreated and taunted, with nothing to think about but why on earth you’re there, is enough of a penalty in its own right. To have to endure the same fate upon leaving such a hell-hole would be too much for any person to
This explanation I find, is lacking in evident in the literature. He is remove from his throne because of his persistent nature and a promise he made to his subject to stop at nothing to find Laius's murderer, and to in keeping that promise. Oedipus as a king could have gone back to his words once he discovered the horrible truth, he however never did. His subject(the Chorus) gave him chances to do so: “I would be mad, / a reckless fool / to turn away my king.” (ll. 693-695) He cast himself out, not his subject nor the gods.
In the Philosopher’s Stone, the prejudice of the Dursleys towards anything magic related presented an impenetrable barrier for Harry to feel as if he belonged. This prejudice against magic existed since before Harry was born and as a result he was never able to feel like he belonged in their family. This is highlighted through the line “I knew you’d be the same. Just as strange, just as … abnormal. And then, if you please, she went and got herself blown up and we got landed with you.” This highly emotive language clearly expresses the barrier that prevented Harry from belonging, caused by the extreme prejudices that the Dursleys had against magic.
The Russian People were both annoyed and embarrassed by the Russo-Japanese war. There had been many embarrassing defeats, and they were not going to win. The Population knew this, and they wanted it to end. There was no point fighting a war, which there was no reason for, other than the Tsar wanted to prove to the world how big and powerful Russia was. The war, so far, wasn't working out for anyone.
Al Gore’s effort to save the climate was a failure, yet his pride refused to give in. Al Gore disrespected many other political figures and caused disgust throughout America. Many people expressed their disgust towards Gore throughout media. Al Gore’s loss in the presidential election resulted directly from his arrogance and refusal to admit failure. The feeling of superiority in an overbearing manner infected many famous figures throughout history.