The story is about 3 friends, in which one becomes a dinosaur. So they have to find out a way to either dispose of him or cure him. In the end the viewer (you) will be able to choose if they want the friend to be cured or die.
Setting: In Joe’s house
Act 1 Scene 1
Joe: Hey guys, so what do you want to do?
Jake: I don’t know, do you wanna go out?
Joe: Oh I heard about this store near my house, they have a soda called Dino Soda!
Howard: Yeah that sounds great!
Jake: Alright lets go.
(Joe, Jake and Howard leave Joe’s house and go to the store with the awesome soda)
“So how was your day, Joe?” says John as he opens a can of canned bread.
Joe opens and starts drinking a bottle of tomato/onion juice, “The weirdest thing happened to me *cue dramatic music*. I was walking through the streets like any average-joe-cop...” Joe waits for John to laugh, but he’s too busy eating his canned bread of goodness. “So as I was saying, I was walking but then Ms. LadyPerson came up to me and blew a giant yellow whistle made of pickles in my face.” Joe takes some of John’s canned bread. John doesn’t like that.
“I never said you could have any!” exclaims John.
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman is his take on a intergalactic war between humanity and an alien race; The Taurans, originally written in 1974. The then recently ended Vietnam war has obvious effects on the novels content, with the book having a strong anti-war message imbedded in it's content. The key concept of the book is theoretical time dilation, an effect associated with the concept of near the speed of light travel. What this means is that for example; on a ship traveling at near light speed for it's crew a day may pass.
In Their Eyes Were Watching God, the characters, Janie and Joe are wife and husband, but the way they interact with one another seems to say otherwise. A married couple stands at a equal height, but in Janie‘s case, she seems to be put down to a lower level by Joe.
book is particularly preoccupied with the slavery that existed. This is
still an important issue in our society right now because there is some
slavery still going on but in most cases we don’t find out about it
until it’s too late to help. On page 75, there is one of these passages
been reading, “Their Eyes Were Watching God” by Zora Neale Hurston and
it is getting more interesting. New things are happening since Janie
left Logan for Joe. Joe and Janie have an okay relationship. Joe is more
worried about becoming the mayor but he does put some attention to
These are my reflections after reading Chapter 5 in Their Eyes were Watching God.
Since Joe had already been so occupied with too much work as a mayor, he and Janie barely even have time to be together. Joe has been spending too much time trying to call out for assemblies and hold gatherings within their area. Because of this, his time for Janie had been lessened even more than the usual.
I took this picture at school when I saw a kid getting a ball from the roof and I was pretty far away so when I zoomed in it made it hard to tell that he is even on a roof so I thought it looked cool. I like to take pictures of things up close or zoomed in and I like to take pictures outside.