Johnny Cade did not kill unlawfully and also he can’t apply for a minor committing the crime because he’s 16, one year over the limit. According to Oklahoma law, first-degree murder is a person “unlawfully and with malice aforethought causes the death of another human being.” It is also not manslaughter because it is not a homicide committed without a design to effect death and in the heat of passion, but in a cruel and unusual manner, or by means of a dangerous weapon. Johnny did not have time to think and had to stab Bob to save Ponyboy’s life. Ponyboy was being drowned and to save him, Johnny had to commit the act of homicide. It lists that it was a justifiable homicide because it means that homicide is legal when committed in the lawful
Arree Walton Sr. was born on April 11, 1924 in Big Sandy, Texas, the firstborn child of the late Willie Sr. and Daisy T. Walton. He grew up on his parents large farm where he learned discipline, hard work and respect at a young age. As the eldest child, responsibility was usually expected of him as he often worked on the farm, babysat his younger siblings and neighbors, and attended to the needs of the four other families that tenanted his father's fields. He excelled in his education and was involved in all his school plays and was always given the roles with the most lines, because his teachers knew he could always remember his lines (his teachers often stated he could memorize a newspaper overnight). Unfortunately at the age of 14 his father tragically died as a result of an injury he sustained while working on the railroads. After his father's untimely death his mother decided to move their family to Los Angeles, California to be with her sister, Arree's Aunt Tessie. Determined on keeping his father's estate in order, he decided to stay on the family farm while the rest of his family moved to Los Angeles. For the next year or two, he had continued his daily school
Jerrel Muse Jr is well rounded in all areas. When he was six he demonstrated strength in reading, writing, speaking, listening and math. Now that he is eight, his scores were average to above average in word word reading and spelling. On the verbal portion Jerrel Jr scores were all above the one standard deviation. He is also doing very well in math, he understanding the concepts very quickly is and working in a fourth grade math group in third grade. Jerrel now into soccer has a real knack for sports.
The baby boomer generations started in 1943-1960 after world war two and the traditionalist felt safe they were able to have more babies than any other generation yet. They had so many newborn babies that a baby was born every nineteen seconds. This was the first time that mothers where able to enjoy their children and not have to worry about whether or not they could support them or that war would get in the way of a good living. There is also the idea that the baby boom was the result of the economy wanting to build up the number of its people so that they would be prepared for any war to come (Zemke, 2000).
When Jerrie Cobb was a child, she enjoyed looking up in the sky. She wanted to be up there some day. To realize her dream, she learned to fly when she was 12 years old.
Joni Eareckson Tada stood at the edge of the rock as she had done many times that summer. When she dove into the water, she felt her head hit something hard. An agonizing pain tore through her head. She felt as if her hands and feet were tied by ropes. As she rode in the back of the ambulance that afternoon, Joni thought that her injury was not serious. She had no idea how drastically her life was about to change.
My name is Zachary Rowe, I am going to talk about the global warming weather effects in Alaska and how it has affected the population of various living animal species. The number of large predators living in the southern Beaufort Sea of Alaska has decreased from 1,500 animals in 2001, to just under 900 in 2010. As the species are decreasing in numbers, they are now listed as vulnerable by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Another problem in 2013, a report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have seen a decline in reindeer inside Alaskan boundaries. These aren't the only species whose populations has
Allison Burnett, an honorary Irvin, creates wholesome meals with filling grains and hearty vegetables for her family to enjoy. She loves hot stews and cold beers. The meditative woman who gracefully takes life one step at a time inspires the recipes below.
Jolson wanted to become a performer because of the singing he did at a young age. Asa Yoelson [who is known to most people as Al Jolson] was born in Serednik Russia (which is now Lithuania) in either 1885 or 1886. At the age of seven, he immigrated to Washington D.C, where pretty soon after his mother died (Friedwald 249-250) . As Will Friedwald says, Jolson enjoyed singing from a young age, he may have acquired a love of singing from his father. [So] he and his brother, Harry Yoelson would sing on street corners to earn money. Jolson also went to the theater whenever possible and soon [he also] discovered a deep desire to become a performer. [Even though] Jolson’s Father, Rabbi Yoelson, disapproved all music that all sung, it didn’t stop
Bishop Jakes is proud of his program and the graduates. "It touched me in a deep way that we kept the program alive, sometimes literally be a thread and that it was worth it. That we were able to touch lives in a powerful way," he
Lawren Harris is an iconic Canadian painter. Best known for being a member of the group of seven, his landscape paintings are still admired by millions of people today. Harris was born on the 23rd of October, 1885 in Brantford, Ontario. His parents were Thomas and Anna Harris and he was born into a wealthy family. He attended St. Andrew’s College and then went on to study art in Berlin. He married Beatrice Phillips in 1910 and they had three children together. Harris divorced Beatrice and married Bess Housser in 1934. He became friends with J.E.H MacDonald in 1911 and together they formed the Group of Seven in the early 1920’s. Harris died on the 27th of January, 1970 at the age of 84.
On July 4, 1954, Sheppard’s family invited Ahern’s family for dinner. Don and Nancy Ahern and their two children joined Sheppard family for casual dinner. Ahern family is a neighbour of Sheppard’s family. After the dinner, Nancy’s two children fallen to sleep and Don dropped those kid in his house and he came back to Sheppard’s house. Meanwhile, Marilyn Sheppard drop off his child to upstair to the bed, Samuel Reese Sheppard. Sheppard’s family and Nancy’s family watched a film together. As Marilyn tried to sleep on Sam’s lap, he felt tired from working all day, so he got up and went to his couch to take a nap. Later on that night, Marilyn was beaten to death. There were 35 curved gashes on her body.