Through Chekhov’s use of the banker’s words the reader could infer the he was frozen in his avarice. It was only the beginning of his life when the banker made the bet but the author portrayed his character in such a way that the reader could deduce that he would never change. “To put paid to any unnecessary disputes later on he picked up the sheet with the renunciation from the table, turned to the house and locked it in his fireproof safe” (964). ... ... middle of paper ... ...and he ultimately realized that mankind is foolish. After fifteen years of reading, the lawyer became so wise that he rose above greed and foolishness and lived the lives of a thousand men.
So until this day can come, where we can have all terrorism running free in the United States, I beg all of you, please do what you can. If you are walking down the street and a terrorist is having trouble shooting his gun, help him out. If he is unsure how to fly a plane into the middle of a building (to cause a bigger destruction of course) show him how. And lastly, I encourage you all to donate whatever money you have no lost in this economic recession to the Build Osama A House Fund. He and his people are so poor over there that he must live in a cave!
Nick also finds out that the Crosbys live in another country most of the time and their apartment would suit him fine for the temporary time being. First, to prevent Jenkens from finding him, he follow one of Jenken’s men to the office where the headquaters of the investigation are housed, he then burn up most of the papers in the office so that the investigation would lose every thing that they had found. After knowing that it would be difficult for Jenkens to locate him now, he settles down and creates a stock porfolio with a broker. Knowing that it would be almost impossible to for him to guarentee that he would make enough money on the stock market, he devises a plan to secretly spy on people and find secrets of certain markets and places money on the winning stocks.
He quickly glanced at the cash till then decided the thirteen dollars and change he made after Martin went home four hours ago was not enough to warrant a detour to the bank. He looked at the clock again. “Are you kidding?” he asked wondering if the clock had actually slowed down to keep him a prisoner. He turned off the open sign in defiance of the remaining thirty four seconds before actual closing time. Then, turned it back on imagining Mr. Clarke coming up to the door and demanding a coffee, or Florida wrapping at the glass demanding to see what sweets he had left because Florida's sister ... ... middle of paper ... ...for some white noise off in the distance.
The two men bet over two million dollars; the task was that the lawyer could not leave his cell for over fifteen years. If the lawyer decided to give up before fifteen years (he was free to leave at any time he chose) then he would lose. At the end of the story the banker realized that he most likely had more dept. than he had millions. The banker decided that in order to keep himself from having an economic crisis he would kill the lawyer.
After finding out about his Pap, Huck went quickly over to Judge Thatcher's house to sign away the right to his share of the twelve thousand dollars. Since he had no money now, he figured his father wouldn't bother him. A few nights later, Huck found his Pap, looking very rough and ragged, sitting in a chair in his room. Pap was very angry with Huck for becoming smarter than his father and threatened to beat him if he didn't quit learning. Pap took Huck's only dollar and left, but showed up the next day at Judge Thatcher's house claiming to be Huck's legal guardian.
Vitiello quit his very secure job at American Office Equipment to start his own company because he felt he was being held back from what he was capable of doing. The well-being of Jim and his family is a major risks Jim took, but a physical risks Jim almost took occurred about 17 years ago when Jim worked as a delivery boy for Panisonic. A delivery had to be made to the Cabrini Green housing projects and Jim had won a coin toss not to go. So his co-worker went and an hour later he stormed through the door yelling "I got shot in the ass!" Apparently a stray bullet hit the poor delivery man.
They explain that drugs and drinking was a way to relax and a way to get away from anything that creates stress. He introduces him to cocaine and gives him advice on how to work on Wall Street. After working his first day at LL Rothschild, a brokerage firm that gave him his first shot at being a stockbroker they closed the door because they went out of business. This left him without a job and unable to pay bills. His first wife Theresa was willing to pawn her engagement ring to pay the bills.
Source A states that he was at the Schoolbook depository, as he was stopped by a policeman on the second floor of the building one minute after president Kennedy was shot. Source B claims Oswald had no accomplices and this could be backed up by the fact that Oswald used public transport, so therefore did not have a getaway driver. The next movements of Oswald were important. They infer Oswald was in a hurry, as when the bus got caught in traffic at 12:44 hours, Oswald got off the bus and took a taxi at the next junction at 12:48. This could show Oswald ... ... middle of paper ... ...t one another.
Tony (calm): They already are, the boss is in a meeting with the Capos and Underbosses as we speak but since there’s no evidence the Coles were involved in any way the boss should be able to keep them in line, for now… James (concerned): Then let’s hope Robert gives us some good news. Tony (concerned): Amen to that brother. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Silus sat behind hi... ... middle of paper ... ... his phone vibrated causing him to miss his mark. He groaned and checked his message box, a sense of relief and dread came over him once he saw it was Martinez who sent it. He gulped and opened the message but his worst fears had come true….