The businessmen and government felt fear for this revolution, head of the local business requirements to increase the number of the police and the army. At the same time, he Commercial Club of Chicago bought $2000 of guns used to guard against the strike. On May 1st, the strike got Chicago textile, shoes, home decoration workers’ support, the police began to fire on the crowd, and two workers were killed on May 3rd. Some non-governmental personage calls on workers to protest the government's violent crackdown in the Haymarket square next day. Why the rally had changed so dramatically (Timothy, 2011) On May 3rd, a team of workers proctor attacked by the police, a picket was killed and many people were injured at McCormick harvester factory.
When the check came, and Mama put the money down on the house, he said to her bitterly, intending to cause as much pain as possible, “So you butchered up a dream of mine—you—who always talking ‘bout your children’s dreams...”(95) Yes, he was upset, but there’s a limit to what you can do and say before it turns intentional. He gave up on his dreams, much like Beneatha did later on, and because of that, he lost his conviction. He didn’t go to work for 3 days, instead took Willy Harris’ car and drove off places, and went to the Green Hat and got drunk, for three days. Almost lost his job, putting his family into deeper trouble than it already was. “Ain’t that a sad, ain’t that cryin’ sad,”(104) was his only comment.
As for Mr. borden he just got weirder and weirder, he now works at samurai with his weird face. As for tom he lies dead on top of his grave lies soccer dude. OK lets cut this prologue short because I'm getting bored haha. Heres what also happen borden and jackie breaks abril out of jail, borden falls for jackie, abril found out and kills jackie, borden loss his arm while breaking abril out of jail,. Abril chases after parker because he rich, Rowen (abrils and borden kids just to let you guys know) , and borden took a plane to rio to start a new life.
The documentary “From One Second To The Next” by Werner Herzog shows the tragedy of a few people who was involved in a car accident. Texting and driving is obviously not a good idea so why do people still choose to do it? This documentary both shows and tells about how fast texting and driving can change someone’s life. The fact that you can kill someone should make people not want to drive and text. “According to U.S. Department of Transportation statistics, 3,331 people were killed and 387,000 more injured in crashes involving a distracted driver in 2011” (Herzog, 2011).
In the United States of America approximately 32,000 people die each year from speeding in an automobile. two of my friends past away on January 4, they were victims of reckless driver, which blew red light going 100 MPH on Ford Rd and telegraph. When I went to the funeral it broke my heart seeing his mom crying, and after they put his casket in the grave she tried to threw herself in it, other people had to hold her back. I felt the pain because he was one of my close friends and my team captain; it wasn’t easy for me to believe that he is gone. But if the guy who hit them didn’t have the bad habit of speeding they would have never died as two young men.
I got there and saw that my worker was making business with anyone he could find, and on top of that he was making a profit. So I went up to him and asked him what are you doing and he replied, “I’m screwing up your life.” I looked down and saw my hand was full of blood from my stomach. He quickly got in his car and I tried to go as fast as him, but I couldn’t. I was chasing him and contacted the police so they know where I am and that I was shot, in the stomach. I was thinking to myself if I annihilate the truck tire then I will never remit my guns.
As she approached the rive she found herself face to face with her father’s killer. She tried to kill him but he ended up outsmarting her by pretending he was dead. He got a hold of her and he took her on his horse and started to head back when he heard the Marshals approaching. He then called for some of the other thieves that were with They came to his beckoning with their guns blazing. There was a heated gun fight and three of the thieves ended up dead, but Tom got away with Mattie.
Throughout the movie different members of the team encounter multiple acts of racism. In one scene of the movie the team is driving down a road when they come across a lynching mob which they soon discover is burning a black man’s body. Scared out of their minds, they try to quietly back the car up and drive away from the mob but when one of the mob members sees the black people in the car the whole mob starts to chase down the car. The debaters get away in the end but are all still emotionally affected and shaken by what they had seen. So in the final debate of the movie James L. Farmer jr. tells the audience about what they saw uses this awful memory to help their side of the debate.
Madam, why did you waste your fair skin on a boy and leave the girl so dark? What is a boy doing with all this beauty’” (par. 8)? Even after her brother has committed many crimes and been arrested for apparently being involved in cult violence, her parents are completely devoted to him. Breaking the car windshield is her protest against this favoritism, and her parents’ surprise suggests that she is, day to day, largely invisible to them.
Today, me and Lennie were trying to get out of Weed ‘cause Lennie had to go and screw everything up again! The damn big bastard went to go touch a girl’s dress ‘cause it was soft and she thought she was being raped. She went off yelling and Lennie got scared so he held on even more. We had to run for miles with dozens of guys chasing after us. We finally out ran them and we got onto another bus to find a different ranch.