Don't judge people without good evidence.

Don't judge people without good evidence.
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  • Don't judge people without good evidence
  • ["He walks toward the group. He stops suddenly as behind him, inexplicably and with a noise that inserts itself into the silence, the car engine starts up all by itself. Goodman whirls around to stare toward it.  The car idles roughly, smoke coming from the exhaust, the frame shaking gently.  Goodman’s eyes go wide, and he runs over to his car.  The people stare at the car."]   
  • Why did your car start?
  • " Well...sometimes I go to bed late at night. A couple of times...a couple of times I'd come out on the porch and I'd see Mr. Goodman here in the wee hours of the morning standing out in front of his house...looking up at the sky.  [She looks around the circle of faces.]  That's right. Looking up at the sky as if...as if he were waiting for something. [A  pause.]  As if he were looking for something.  [There's a murmur of reaction from the crowd again. As Goodman starts toward them, they back away frightened.]  Goodman:You know really...this is for laughs. You know what I'm guilty of? [He laughs.]  I’m guilty of insomnia."
  • everyone stoooooop!
  • It's Charlie, he killed Pete.
  • No, it's Steve and his creepy radio.
  • To start off, the theme of Monsters are Due on Maple Street is that you shouldn't judge people without good evidence One evidence that supports the theme is that the people on Maple Street accused Mr. Goodman of being the monster because his car started by itself. The text says," He walks toward the group. He stops suddenly as behind him, inexplicably and with a noise that inserts itself into the silence, the car engine starts up all by itself. Goodman whirls around to stare toward it.  The car idles roughly, smoke coming from the exhaust, the frame shaking gently.  Goodman’s eyes go wide, and he runs over to his car.  The people stare at the car." this proves that you shouldn't judge people without good evidence because they thought that the monster was him even though he didn't start the car. another reason you shouldn't judge people without good evidence is because you could think that someone is doing something while there doing something different. For example, it says," Well...sometimes I go to bed late at night. A couple of times...a couple of times I'd come out on the porch and I'd see Mr. Goodman here in the wee hours of the morning standing out in front of his house...looking up at the sky.  [She looks around the circle of faces.]  That's right. Looking up at the sky as if...as if he were waiting for something. [A  pause.]  As if he were looking for something.  [There's a murmur of reaction from the crowd again. As Goodman starts toward them, they back away frightened.]  Goodman: You know really...this is for laughs. You know what I'm guilty of? [He laughs.]  I’m guilty of insomnia." that proves that you shouldn't judge people without good evidence because the woman thought that Mr. Goodman was waiting for something in the sky when he could have been sleep walking or looking at the sun rise. finally, you shouldn't judge people without good evidence because you could think that everyone is the one is the monster. For instance, the text says,"What about Goodman's car?  Don:  It was Charlie who killed old man Van Horn.  Woman: But it was the kid here who knew what was going to happen all the time. He was the one who knew!  [Steve shouts at his hysterical neighbors.]   Steve:  Are you all gone crazy?  [Pause as he looks about.]  Stop!" this shows that you shouldn't judge people without good evidence because everyone was thinking that everyone was the monster just because one thing happen to them that was not normal.
  • What about Goodman's car?  Don:  It was Charlie who killed old man Van Horn.  Woman: But it was the kid here who knew what was going to happen all the time. He was the one who knew!  [Steve shouts at his hysterical neighbors.]   Steve:  Are you all gone crazy?  [Pause as he looks about.]  Stop!"
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