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And the body language/looks they share? There's a whole novel in this scene about how familiar they are with each other - enough for Stiles to touch Derek and keep touching him and for Derek to wait Stiles out in removing his hand, without flinching or interfering. The look Derek gives Stiles and Stiles' hand is not aggressive, it's a "dude, really?!" kind of look. And Stiles reacts shifty, like there's a billion little things going on at once in his brain, none of them fear. Stiles touching Derek is natural and they both draw it out longer than they have a need to.

Few knew that Derek, usually on Sunday evenings, carried thousands of dollars in cash and drove his Audi to Huntington, Long Island. He met a man in a parking lot there and bought Ziploc bags full of painkillers, according to Boogaard’s best friend in New York, Devin Wilson.

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A number of publications reflect his long association with the philosopher Jacques Derrida, a selection of whose work he has edited. His best-known work of literary theory, The Singularity of Literature, raises the question of the distinctiveness of literature as a linguistic and social practice, and argues that a crucial element is the response to otherness that characterises both the writing of an inventive literary work and the reading of it as literature. This book is also informed by recent developments in ethics arising from the writings of Emmanuel Levinas. In September 2006 he won an for this work. A further study of some of these questions, Reading and Responsibility: Deconstruction’s Traces, appeared in 2010. Theory after “Theory” (co-edited with Jane Elliott), published in 2011, is a collection of essays reflecting current theoretical developments.

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Derek Ryan - Life Is A River
taken from his 3rd Album - Dreamers and Believers

As I went out walking, on a fine summer day
Through hills and the valleys
I soon lost my way
Till I came to an old man,
Kneeling down by the stream
Gazing in to the water, like he was lost in a dream
In his hand was a picture, he clung to for life
And his eyes filled with tears, as he tried not to cry
As he looked to the heavens, he started to pray
In the quiet country side, I could hear the man say

Life is a river, i'll go with the flow
And where it will take me, the Lord only knows
but i miss you sweetheart, your kindness and love
But i know one day, we'll sail away on God's ocean above

He said now young man, you're a stranger to me
Could I bother you kindly, for your company
Today I am thinking, of a time long ago
And I need to tell someone of a girl I love so
It's 42 years today, since Rose took my hand
And proudly I lived life, her husband, her man
Till only last week son, God took her away
As I kissed her softly, these words she did say

Life is a river, i'll go with the flow
And where it will take me, the Lord only knows
but i miss you sweetheart, your kindness and love
But i know one day, we'll sail away on God's ocean above

And with that the old man, sent me on my way
And said 'by the water I'll kneel for the day'
'I look at the river, starting out on it's life,
It's where I feel close to, my beautiful wife'

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We are introduced to Derek Vinyard (Edward Norton) and his brother Danny (Edward Furlong) during a robbery attempt at their home. The thieves, members of the Crip gang, are trying to break into Derek's truck. Danny awakens and notifies his brother who is in the midst of having sex with his girlfriend. Derek gets out of bed and exposes a beautifully-built physique which supports a large swastika tattoo on left side of his chest. He pulls out a gun and goes outside on a shooting rampage against the thieves. (It is difficult not to be reminded of a dramatic shooting scene early in the film where Clint Eastwood exits a diner to bust up a robbery in progress. Interestingly, the victims are also Black.)

Danny's next recollection is of another shocking scene. This time it's dinner at the house, with his teacher Murray (the same one who was seen discussing Danny's pro-Hitler essay with Principal Sweeney early in the film) as his mother's guest (the episodes of this film are not shown in linear sequence so the dinner is taking place before Danny wrote the essay and before Derek was sent to jail). The conversation turns to the L.A. riots, Rodney King, and minority victimology. The exchanges get heated in a hurry. The teacher is very "progressive" and is sympathetic towards minorities, as are Derek's sister and mother. It's not long before the conversation leads to Derek's loss of composure. He removes his shirt and in a fit of rage insults Murray, who is Jewish:

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Professor Attridge was born in South Africa, where he first attended university, and some of his recent work is concerned with South African literature, including the Cambridge History of South African Literature (co-edited with David Attwell) and a study of the novels of J. M. Coetzee. He has a long-standing involvement in literary theory, and in particular the work of Jacques Derrida.

Danny's essay now shifts well ahead of time and returns to the shooting that occurred at the beginning of the film. Derek, we now learn, wound up killing two of the thieves. One of them was ordered by Derek to open his mouth and place it along the sidewalk, and as he did this we could hear his teeth scraping against the cement. In slow motion and in black and white (obviously for dramatic effect), Derek then rams his foot on the back of the guy's head, thrusting his mouth into the sidewalk and busting open his face. This act was so brutal that even Danny, a hard core skinhead at the time, was horrified. It is also worthy of notice that the audience is being manipulated to feel sorry for the Crips who were committing a crime, and who in real life are notorious for killing Whites. Some of these murders are the result of initiation assignments which require aspiring members to hunt down a White person(s) and kill them. Only Hollywood would portray members of such a violent gang as "victims" of brutality.