In my futuristic neighborhood I would have lightsabers. I would have flying cars to. I would also have massive spaceships.
New York is a state where there are big lights and lots of people and busy streets. I live in Brooklyn, New York and I was born here and I have lived here all my life. Personally, where I live I can walk to go get groceries that I need and everything is in walking distance. I take the public subway or the bus to get to school and there are many public schools here in Brooklyn, New York. There are delis and corner stores almost around every block. Here in Brooklyn, it is very noisy and busy. I am so used to the noise that I can sleep soundly even with all the noise that surrounds my house. Personally, I think that if I were not born here or was not a New Yorker, I would plan to move here when I get older.
To begin with, my futuristic neighborhood would have to have houses. The houses will look like a apartment in a way except they will not be. They will be smart houses and are going to be stacked up on one another and you will get everything you ask for. Before you buy the house, they will ask you what you want in it and then you buy the house with everything in it. Let's say you want a hot tub; you get a hot tub, an indoor trampoline park, or anything you select. There will be a sound system and you can name it and it will hire people to clean and make repairs and much more. Like a huge balcony, and a skylight, and a 155 inch flat screen tv.
As you enter the city of Toronto, enclosed by skyscrapers towering over you overflowing with culture, where time passes swiftly as people dash by you; it makes you feel trivial in the metropolitan area. The city of shadows that cast a never ending gloom, only to be broken up by
Future society is an extremely unpredictable subject, because people all have different views on life. Charles G. Waugh author of the short story, “Long Way Home” tells a story about a caring father losing his son, due to the world's advanced technology. On the other hand in the short story, “The Pedestrian” by Ray Bradley, individuals are completely addicted to technology, allowing technology to over rule the world and take over people's minds. Although both stories show a possible outcome of the future, the more realistic future will most likely be “The Pedestrian”.
As I sit on my porch waiting for my cousin ( Mindy ) to arrive i sit and listen to the birds and watched the sunset. Not to long after i hear her char coal gray car pull up in my driveway as she gets out of her car she is wearing a pink and black hat with her sunglasses and a shirt with a name of a college ( Boise State University Of Idaho ) on it, and just a simple pair of jeans. As I look at her shirt while she is getting out of her car I assume that is the college she went to. I asked her “ hey is that the college you went to “ as she looks down at her shirt she said “ Yes it is Boise State University Of Idaho “ as you can kinda tell she likes to talk she is not a shy person. As she comes up my stairs to sit with me on my porch, I start
The blaring noise of the wind through the streets mixed with the severe weather alerts on our cellphones. Through my window, I could make out silhouettes of trees blowing uncontrollably through the rain. This was not something that I was expecting during the holiday season. On the night of December 26, 2015, our family went into a safe room inside of our house and braced ourselves for the tornado that was tearing through my hometown.
All I could fit in my only small bag was a few clothes and a toothbrush and all my parents
I left my radio in the back room in was most likely with the volunteer who was covering for me. He yelled at me to "get up" and told me lets talk in Joshs' office (which was a few steps away). Daniel storms in Joshs' office, turns on the light and sits down in the office chair in front of the desk with his arms crossed and a sticky note in his hand. I follow him and prop the door open with the door stop is I say "lets keep the door open it's hot in here." The real reason I did this was because I was extremely uncomfortable. He then yells, "Do you want to tell me where you have been?". I was standing in the door way, not completely in the room when I told him that I met with HR. He asked very angrily who I got permission to leave from and then stated that I left my post without permission.
When we think of the future, we think new and advanced technologies, flying cars and a completely different world. This a completely different view of how the future
The agency I chose to interview was MyHouse at 300 North Willow in Wasilla, Alaska. Their mission is to provide safe shelter for homeless youth with a goal of connecting kids to a network of caring individuals and agencies able to assist them in becoming self-sufficient. They have a board of directors that meet regularly to discuss issues and where to go next with the agency.
A social location that has affected my life is education. I chose education because I have always struggled with it throughout my middle school years. I was having tough time focusing in school. I was that child that never got awarded for anything. Instead I was always sitting at the principal’s office having meetings with teachers and my parents. Math and English weren’t my subjects I always a struggled with both, because I only grew up knowing one language which was Spanish, and Math I was never good with numbers. For not knowing good English I would get bullied and made fun of all the time. That I made me give up on school. By the time I was in sophomore in high school I was transferred to a charter school, because I need help with all the
Where I currently live in the Lehigh Valley area the Mayor is rebuilding the whole downtown inner city of the Allentown, PA area due to the city going down or not doing so well which is asking for a change. With the change new stores that are being built such as restaurants, shoe and clothing stores, hockey arena, etc, etc... the price range and stores being built does not cater to the lower class downtown inner city community but caters to middle class and higher class group of people. This is a positive thing that it is changing for the better negative for the lower class community. The resistance is the inner city community feels that they are being pushed out due to the buildings being remodeled and rent being raised. This process is called
I personally live within the Church and Wesley district boundaries and I am biased when I say that it is one of my favorite areas within Toronto. I always feel safe while walking home no matter how late. And the atmosphere there is a constant stream of events happening each day of the week always surprises me. My field research for this essay included me analyzing the neighborhood directly. I spent a full 24 hours at the main intersection of Church and Wellesley: My results found that 12:00 am to 5:00 am was the most inactive. As the morning light came in fewer people emerged onto the streets this included buses transporting groceries and the garbage men. Peak time to be in the neighborhood was 8-10:00am and 6-9:00pm. I found that during these
The trilogy of Back to the futures show unique gadgets that are thought to be futuristic. This film used flying cars, time machines, and hoverboards to symbolize a futuristic neighborhood. In the movies the main characters use a time machine to jump to and from to past and future. They used advanced transportation as well as advanced everyday equipment. Watching these movies made me want to jump into the future and see what my neighborhood would look like. Sadly, I can only imagine what it would be like. My neighborhood of the future would be majorly developed in the technology field. Weather machines, advanced closets, and holograms would all be part of my futuristic neighborhood.