6) and this immediately made me think of a TV series called The Flash. The Flash created by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, and David Nutter is a show about a man named Barry Allen. Barry’s mom (Nora Allen) was murdered when he was young, and Barry thought that he saw a man in a yellow suit flashing around and then he saw that man killed his mom. Barry then became a forensic scientist to find the “man in the yellow suit” and remove his father (Henry Allen) who was blamed for the crime from prison. One late night, Barry was struck by lightning and hit by a wave of dark matter at the same time which gives him the ability of super speed to save Central City from evil “metahumans” that were also created by this incident. The reason I think that this quote reminds me of The Flash is because part of the story of The Flash is that he is the impossible. He doesn’t know how, he just is. In the first episode of The Flash, you can hear a voice over of Barry say “To understand what I’m about to tell you, you need to do something first... you need to believe in the impossible… My whole life I've been running. Usually from
The S.T.A.R labs experiment failed and resulting in explosion of Particle Accelerator, creating dark matter lightning storm that struck Barry and others converting them into meta-humans with special powers, Also it turns Barry into the fastest man alive. Many meta-humans wreaked havoc with their powers on Central City.
Evacuation “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose." -Romans 8:28
Brian heard the screaming from around the corner as he ran, from his sick classmates. He grabbed Mia’s hand as he ran, pulling her into the library where they barricaded the door, and hopped that whatever was outside would soon go away. As they sat Brian thought about his sister Alica, his best friend Tyler, and the rest of the theater club. Hoping that they were ok, but also knowing that they could become one of them at any moment. When Brian looked at Mia he could see the fear, and the tears building up her eyes. He held her hand tighter, and tried to give her a reassuring look, even though the possibilities of them ever getting out were slim to none.
I have written many essays since I was in middle school yet most of my writing was not that important besides for a grade. Yet there is one piece of writing I wrote that change my life and felt that it had an important impact to The City of Chicago. My teacher during that time wanted the class to enter in a citywide competition, which is called “Do The Write Thing”. It is a way for students to voice their opinions on how to stop the violence in Chicago. I wanted to help reduce the violence in Chicago since many youths are being killed in the streets every single day. In my paper, I mainly focused on three body paragraphs. The first one was why the violence in the city was increasing. The second one was some type of violence that I have witness in my own personal life. The final paragraph
Listen Sacajawea, I’m not the kind of person to tell you your business, but I don’t think you’re going anywhere tonight,” He said tartly, nodding towards my feet. “Not like that. If I “hobble all the way back to your camp on those bloody stumps it’s as good as killing
The city of Chicago has been displayed as a dangerous city in which all residents are affiliated with drugs, gangs, and misconduct of firearms. Whether someone fits into this stereotype or not, is normally based on their surroundings and their interactions with others. Growing up in Gage Park, named one of the worst neighborhoods, falling into this stereotype and becoming affiliated with drugs, guns, and gangs, would not be too hard for someone to do. However, I have lived in Gage Park my whole life and have not fallen into the status quo. I have had family members and friends fall into this realm of unpleasantness and watching them become another wrong kind of statistic is upsetting. I have been faced with the decision of continuing to have
I was in absolute terror at this point, I couldn’t think straight, I couldn’t feel anything other than dread and pain. When she finished the call she handed my phone back to me, and I just stood there in front of the girl’s bathroom in complete shock. This is happening. An ambulance is coming to our school. WHAT DID I DO WRONG? WHAT SHOULD I HAVE DONE? I fell to my knees and broke down, burying my face in my hands. What have I done? Why is this happening? Thoughts were piercing my head as I sat in shock, feeling everything in slow motion as it flashed before my eyes. My friend saw my horrified expressions and carried me to the classroom farthest away from the scene, which was were the rest of the cast was to stay out of the way of the police and doctors. This was probably an odd sight so see due to my long and large stature compared to my somewhat smaller friend who was carrying me, but it was an act of kindness nevertheless, and I still appreciated their generosity. Upon entering the classroom, a complete riot commenced. No one knew how to react. Some were crying, others were calming them down, and some were silently staring into oblivion. I dried my tears and cleared my throat as I stood at the front of the
I keep running from one to another. The rooms are big with white walls and ceilings. Here and there bright colors decorate the walls. Small groups of people converse over their opinions. Children reach out to touch and their mothers pull them in, smacking their hands and telling them no. I stop and spin around, trying to absorb everything around me. Then I stop and stare.
''I need to warm you'' Cisco added, leading the way toward the cortex, ''Barry doesn’t look too good, but he’s mostly better. ''
1 the article deals with the evacuations in the United States, and how Japanese should Comply with the order. This article In particular deals with arguments from Japanese denouncing the evacuation, and the government making their own arguments for support. The first part by Mike Masaoka criticized the evacuations in the west targeting particularly Japanese. The second part against test cases, believes that the evacuation was misunderstood and that there are protections and policies to protect Japanese, and that it does not mainly target Japanese either. The last section is a plea that even though they are from Japanese heritage they are American, and should not have to prove themselves through evacuation but to support of the United States. The primary tension is proving that they are American first beyond being Japanese
Living in New Orleans for over 6 years the effects of health disparities lied at the heart of my community.
It was the time my sister and I first got forced on the boat and away from our family in Africa. Three white men put chains around our legs and arms mostly dragging us across the dry sand, leaving cuts on our bare feet and ankles. The ship ride was a long 5 months from Cape Town, Africa to New Orleans, Louisiana.
Barry Allen was once an average citizen like the rest of us. But a lighting bolt struck a case full of chemicals causing them to spill all over him and just like that little did he know his life would change forever. As a result, Barry found that he has the ability to run at at incredibly fast rates thus “the flash” was born also known as “the fastest man alive” and he would use these newfound powers to help the city police and FBI fight off crime and to protect his beloved loved ones.
Creative Writing It was November of 55’, me and Lee were headed to the gas station while bumping some Elvis. Now November in New Orleans is hurricane season, so our mothers were on full alert. We pulled into the gas station, Lee’s uncle worked there, so we normally just