Kurt had secretly suffered from an illness that caused severe stomach pains for more that seven years, which caused him to contemplate suicide almost everyday. This constant abdominal pain led to deep "melancholic depression verging of schizophrenia, and frequent bouts of narcolepsy" (Kurt Kobain's Obituary). Doctors were of no help to him, so he found escape in heroin. For years he fought his addiction, but compared to the severe stomach pains, heroin was unimportant (Kurt Kobain's Obituary). Kurt Cobain's wife, Courtney Love, and their daughter, Frances, brought some real happiness into his life.
One man was so furious about the killing of Martin Luther King, Jr. that he hurled a Molotov cocktail through a store front window without realizing his grandmother resided in the upstairs apartment (Burns, Rebecca p. 29). This is an illustration of how resentment can make a person proceed without thinking clearly. Had he stopped to think about the consequences first, his grandmother’s home would not have been destroyed. There were riots reported in more than 100 cities across the United States (Rosenthal, H). Riots were reported in Chicago, Baltimore, Newark, and Detroit just days after the announcement of King’s death (Davey, M. p.25).
For two days after this march there was serious rioting between the Catholics and the RUC. In the following January there were many civil rights marches with increasing violence brought about by over policeing and confrontations between them and loyalist crowds. On 25 April 1969 following a bombing campaign by Loyalists extremists, 500 additional British troops were sent to Northern Ireland. A few months later on the 12th August 1969 as the Apprentice boys passed near the Bogside area a serious riot erupted. The RUC got involved to try and stop the riot by using water cannons and armoured cars.
The dumb. When the police arrived, (I had called them before I went over), they arrested my blooded and beaten aunt right in from of me. I was filled with so much rage I felt like I was going to be the next one locked up. The ex boyfriend had scratches and claimed the house was his and she had invaded it. He was almost twice her size and didn't even have keys to the house.
He played The Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock and that is one way he became really famous. Soon after Woodstock his drug addiction became worse. On September 18th 1970 he was found dead in his room from a drug overdose and had drowned in his own vomit. Most people still like his music, and if he hadn’t have died he would probably still be changing music today. Affect In the middle of a blues craze, led by the Rolling Stones, and Eric Clapton.
Milk once said "If a bullet should enter my brain, let that bullet destroy every closet door." (GoodReads) He could never have realized this would become a reality. After his death, there were not ←only→ riots, but the night after his death a giant group of people silently walked to city hall with candles in a silent candlelight vigil, yet on the other side of the coin, after the unfair ruling with White, rioters burned police cars and destroyed property, as retaliation, police unfairly beat and destroyed gay businesses in what is now called the "white night riots." Once all of this was over, years later there are now schools named after Milk, statues and monuments, one reads "His life is an inspiration to all people committed to equal opportunity and an end to bigotry."
He was passed on to several relatives after his parents divorced when he was eight years old. For some time he even lived under a bridge and was hospitalized for a heroin addiction. It was not entirely unexpected that Cobain committed suicide. He had had entered a coma by overdosing on a mixture of champagne and tranquilizers on March 4. Also, Kurt's family history showed that two of his father's uncles committed suicide, along with the fact that there were a lot of dysfunctional marriages and alcoholism present.
Sam put Cash on musical tour with all the boys founded by Sun records that I mentioned above including June Carter. Cash’s impending love interest. His music elevated him to stardom he could have never dreamed of, but drug and alcohol abuse threaten to drag him down. It also got in the way for possible romance with June, the love of his life, even after Vivian leaves him. The film continues Cash’s story into the late 1960s, and rejoins with the opening scene in Folsom Prison for an emotional
After this, violence raged Slide Five: July 25 · On July 25, the official U.S. troops were sent into Detroit for backup on city police · President Johnson agreed to transport 4,700 Army paratroopers into the city around midnight the previous night, right as two African American rebel snipers blockaded two police posts during all of the rioting that put the large city into shock. · President Johnson criticized the riots and claims that they’re Detroit’s own problem · Tanks were loaded in, fire bombers were arrested all over the city and looters were on an outbreak, stealing from every store in sight. · The injured rates consisted of 800 and arresting 2,000 · By the time it reached midnight, there were 19 people discovered dead Slide Six: The riots · The protests soon became so out of hand and so violent that neither local nor state police could control the people involved. Mayor Cavanaugh soon asked the Michigan Governor for some help. · In t... ... middle of paper ... ...ks to whites had flipped with only 3.8 percent of the neighborhoods being white.
Alcohol had always left an impression in his life through the good and the bad he was known to be an alcoholic. Alcohol intoxication was clearly the cause of death for Edgar Allan Poe. Poe was found delirious off in a ditch almost a week after he had gone missing. There is proof that Poe was an alcoholic the letters that were found between him and his cousin stated that though he wished he could, he wished that he could stop drinking but it seemed as though he needed alcohol in his life. Another cause for Poe’s addiction was definitely concurring due to the loss of his parents along with the loss of the love of his life, his cousin.