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Humans are both good and evil I heard somebody say that society makesyou evil but I dont agree Society labels you as evil Con-artists are atfirst seen as good but if you look deeper theyre evil For some people whoare retarded or mentally unstable they could also be seen as evil But theironly intentions are to bee good I mean if you just sit down and have aconversation with somebody from special ed their just full of love and joy Sometimes the simplest things like Star Trek could make one of theseThe men in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest are mentallyunstable and only mean to be good but other people see them as evil Atfirst Jack Nicelsons character only means good but comes off as evil to thestaff of the ward All he wants to do is show the men what its like to have agood time like playing basket ball escaping and going fishing All jackscharacter wanted to do is help the men but instead he ends up getting shocktreatment for the men and himself Then jack has a party in the ward withalcohol and girls but he ends up getting a lobotomy All of Jacks intentionswere good but they came off as evilIn Of Mice and Men Lenny only means to be good by playing withthe puppy but he ends up playing too rough and killing it Then Lenny isafraid that George wont let him tend to the rabbits because Lenny did badby killing the puppy chapter 5 Also when Lenny is in the barn withCurleys wife all Lenny wanted is for the girl to be quiet but he ended upsuffocating her Then Curley and the other men had to track down Lennyand try to kill him Because in the mens eyes Lenny had done evil but allhe meant was for the girl to be quietIn conclusion its not people who are evil its society labeling them asevil Just like Kavorkian he
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