# LOTF- Morality Podcast

Source:  “The Psychology Of Lord Of The Flies | Study.Com.” Study.Com, 2017, http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-psychology-of-lord-of-the-flies.html

fact: unaccompanied minors and Maslow theory

Source: Bystander Effect.” En.M.Wikipedia.Org, 2017, https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bystander_effect.

fact: bystander effect

source:   “Lord Of The Flies.” The Art Of Psychology!, 2017, https://theartofpsychology1997.wordpress.com/2013/09/11/lord-of-the-flies/.

fact: Sutherland theory , 1939 and Zajonc theory , 1968

Source: Interview with Dr Wendy James

fact: Mob Mentality and isolation changes a person and group diversity

# “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” Narrative

Ken Gabales

3 October 2017

English 11

Mr. Barazzoul

Sixth Dream of Walter Mitty

“He took one last drag on his cigarette and snapped it away. Then with that faint, fleeting smile playing about his lips, he faced the firing squad; erect and motionless, proud and disdainful, Walter Mitty the Undefeated, inscrutable to the last.”

“This one ain’t tough boys,” the Captain of the firing squad said. Mitty just laughed, “You’ll never take me alive!” “We’ll see about that, you murderer,” the captain snapped.

Walter slowly moved forward, holding his hands high, “well now boys, you don’t know who you’re messing with,” Mitty said. The fellow sniper asked his captain, “Are we sure about this, Captain,” he asked. “What if he’s not the one who murdered those innocent people?”

“Nobody asked you, Private!” the Captain snapped, “Now take aim and…”

In that moment Mitty, feeling the need to defend himself, rushed forward raising his fist…

“Hey, watch where you’re going, buddy,” said an annoyed gentleman, “Everybody’s trying to walk here, now you walk straight, too”

“I-I’m sorry, good sir,” stuttered Mitty, “I’ll be careful” “You better be,” the man said. Mitty sighed, “Why did the streets get so busy so suddenly?” Mitty tried to get out of the way of the incoming traffic in the sidewalk.

A young man said, “Hey, careful”

“Watch where you are stepping!” an old lady hissed disdainfully.

“I’m sorry,” Mitty said, and heading towards a bench and wondered, “What’s taking my wife so long?” Overhead, a train whistled and blared, and was preparing to depart for its next destination. A middle-aged man, with dirty smudges of coal stuck in his white shirt, yelled over to his young companion, “We need more coals, my god man, can’t you listen to instructions?”

The youngster laughed, “I’m terribly sorry, boss,” he said with a smile in his face, “I’ll get it right away” he scurried to opposite direction. The man said, “You better, you little rascal,” smile playing in his face, “We’re departing soon, so better hurry up!” he shouted.

Mitty, looking haggard from the day’s adventure with his wife, sat comfortably in the bench overlooking the Waterbury Train Station, and whistling a catchy tune…

“Train is going too fast, Mitty,” the conductor yelled, “At this rate we’re going to crash into the cargo train along with 500 passengers!”

A passenger train, called “Mon Cheri” with at least 500 passengers, was heading for New York until a radio message was received that they were on a collision course with a cargo train and was asked to stop.

“Deep breaths mate,” Mitty shouted over the wind, “I’ll save us, including the cargo train,and nobody knows how to drive trains like I do!”

The conductor looked at Mitty very seriously, “I very well know you can drive Mitty, but were on a crash course here and you very well know it!” the conductor exclaimed, “And we’re here sitting ducks waiting to be poached,” the man tried to pull the brakes, but the handle was broken.

Suddenly, Mitty had the craziest idea he ever thought in his life, “I know what to do!” “What!?” the conductor asked, “I know it’ll sound crazy, but trust me on this,” Mitty quickly revealed his ingenious plan with his friend. The conductor’s face paled, “But that’ll cause a hell of a pandemonium!

“Trust me, okay?” shouted Mitty, “We don’t have much of a choice here, and this is the only solution that I can think of” Mitty’s skin was glistening with sweat, thinking what absurd of a plan he just came up with…

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# May Lab Reflection

One of my favourite lab that month was the perogies that we made. The lab took 3 days for it to make and in my opinion it was the best lab by far. The first day when we made the dough and the filling was good, the dough was perfect but the problem was the filling. I was the one who made the filling so it was my fault but when I made the filling, I made the chopped bacon and after I forgot to dump the bacon fat so, then when I sautéed the onions and stuff, it mixed with it so it was my fault, after that Henry was sick and so it was only Cham and me and Cham didn’t want to eat any because she was full so I was the only one who ate it. that was all and to be honest it was still tasty even though it was full of diabetes and wish we could do it again someday.

# Math Weekly blog post #12

That week we did introduction in relations and funtions and how to do them.

a relation is how and equation in a X and Y axis has a pattern that is repeated all the time. function is a relationship between two variables. The first variable determines the value of the.

here is an example of a relation↓↓↓

in this picture there is so pattern in each question that has a repetition. In a graph the lines should connect because it is a continuous variable.

# Coming Home From School

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# Math 10 Week #2

this week we learned how to simplify mixed and entire radicals.

you first find the perfect square that multiplies to your radical then separate your perfect square and and radicand. the perfect square always stay in the outside

like so…

so $\sqrt{75}$ equals  $5\sqrt{3}$ in simple form