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    Batman interrogates joker scene This scene starts with the cop and the joker in a dark room, the only light lighting up the room is the door light and the lamp right where they are sitting. While the cop is listening to the joker speak only half of his face is fully visible due to the lack of light in the room. It then switches to the joker talking and behind him is very dark, only perk of his face is slightly visible, everything else behind him is not. This adds suspense to the scene that…

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    The story consists of two men who go by the names Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym. Both men had been mortal enemies since day one. They hated each other with a passion because of a dispute between their grandfather's about forest land. One day while Ulrich was doing his usual patrolling in the woods, he comes across Georg who was doing his fair share of hunting to prove that the forest land was also rightfully his to use. Both men held their rifles at each other. They could easily kill each…

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    is why they never truly end each other and will continue the endless cycle they are stuck in. While some would disagree with this, others say that the Bat is just as insane as the joker, maybe even more. There are times in comics, for example “The Killing Joke”, that have more or less proven this point. For example, at the end of the comic, while the two stand in the rain waiting for the police to arrive, the Joker tells Batman a joke. The Jokers is practically hysterically laughing at this…

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    “There is a savage beast in every man, and when you hand that man a sword or spear and send him forth to war, the beast stirs” (Martin 270). Jack, one of the boys who is helpless after the crashing of their plane, embraces his inner beast in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies in such a way that it affects his fellow survivors and all of the boys’ resolve to stay true to the humanity they have. Jack, the Devil Figure in this novel, expresses a life lesson about the slope to savagery through his…

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    whatever it took to find this person even if that meant killing others. This other person of course was David Dunn. They’re “both on the same curve just on different ends”. At the end of the movie, it is revealed that Elijah caused all of the accidents including the train derailment in order to one day find the super hero he knew was out there. Once he had for sure figured out David was a hero that gave him a sense of purpose as a villain. In The Killing Joke, the Joker states that “it only…

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    brutal killing of a momma pig . The boys had been stalking the pig and planning to hunt her . They had ran after her while throwing spears until she was down . “she squealed and bucked and the air was full of sweat and noise and blood and terror.” (Golding 135) The boys had kept torturing her by pushing the spear deeper into her . The momma pigs squealed almost seemed to excite the savage boys more and more because they giggled when it was all over. The boys had found the joy of killing…

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    He proudly admits to killing the samurai and raping his wife while even B7 giving the impression that the wife enjoyed the experience. Then, afterwards according to Tajomaru, the wife puts her rapist on equal standing with her husband. Both of them were with her intimately, but…

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    Upon entering the rooms of NA about 4.5 years ago, I was told some crazy things, by far the crazies was don’t kill yourself in the 1st 5 year of recovery because you will be killing someone you do not know. I remember thinking what a ridiculous idea. I have been living for 40 years of course I knew who I was. How does someone get to be 40 and not know who they are? Yes it was true that I was a drug addict but that did not mean that I had no identity, or that my core values and my worldviews were…

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    Generation by generation, the stylistics of “Killing Me Softly” has evolved to conform to a variety of genres and audiences. It has made its way through airways with notable artists taking a change of channeling the essence of the song. Although the song originated from a young vocalist known as, Lori Lieberman, many credit those who have covered the song as the originators, such as Roberta Flack, The Fugees and Colbie Caillat. No matter who sang it first, “Killing Me Softly” continues to evolve…

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    Then after the third rendition of the campfire song Killing Me Softly with His Song Raven turned to Mason and me. “You need rest.” “But I not tired,” I said. “Besides—” “Aiden Greene,” Raven scolded. “You’ve battled the elements, brilliantly discovered water, and pulled the gremlin out of giant ape droppings…

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