Super Rebel

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A rebel is a person who rises in opposition or armed resistance against an established government or leader. It originates from a sentiment of indignation and disapproval of a situation and then
manifests itself by the refusal to submit or to obey the authority responsible for this situation. Here, we will talk about another kind of rebel. John didn't oppose armed resistance against any
established government or leader. He was a rebel at Rydell High School, Australia, and the leader of the greaser gang the T-Birds.

Submitted: February 12, 2018

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A rebel is a person who rises in opposition or armed resistance against an established government or leader. It originates from a sentiment of indignation and disapproval of a situation and then manifests itself by the refusal to submit or to obey the authority responsible for this situation. Rebellion generally seeks to evade an oppressive power, the goal is resistance.

Here, we will talk about another kind of rebel. John didn't oppose armed resistance against any established government or leader. He was a rebel at Rydell High School, Australia, and the leader of the greaser gang the T-Birds. He was also Sandy's love interest, which makes him a "romantic rebel." The problem was John had a greaser attitude that offended Sandy. In an attempt to impress Sandy, John approached Coach Calhoun in an effort to become a high school athlete. But instead of playing basketball, wrestling or baseball, he picked up fights with the jocks who were mocking him for not knowing the sport rules.

John tried to aggressively make out with Sandy, causing her to angrily throw his ring at him and depart. He realized he had to make some adjustments to get her back. He turned into a letterman for the cross-country team, to the T-Birds' dismay. He confessed it was a decision he has made in an effort to clean up his image so that he can be together with Sandy, telling the T-Birds that they too will have to grow up and stop following people all the time.

Suddenly, John waked up feeling sick with flue symptoms. It was Saturday night and he had fever. So, he said:

"Saturday Night Fever."

John had dreamt again about the love of his youth, Sandy. Like "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble," he sort of lived in his own bubble when asleep, dreaming about Sandy. Sometimes, he also dreamt about "Urban Cowboy" "Staying Alive" in a "Mad City" shooting "Savages" with "Broken Arrow."

As a rebel, he liked "Domestic Disturbance" and to "Be Cool" with "Lonely Hearts." When he was told that "Pulp Fiction" was a movie, he answered that it was a term used to describe a huge amount of creative writing available to the American public in the early nineteen-hundreds. That's the kind of things rebel do, try to change popular beliefs. As a result, there were more people who believed in his version of "Pulp Fiction" than the other (movie). He was a "Phenomenon," even if he was the only one to believe he was.

John crossed "The Thin Red Line" so often, but never dedicated himself to "Criminal Activities" "In a Valley of Violence" during the "Killing Season." Instead, he preferred to come back "From Paris with Love" with "The General's Daughter" (Sandy). She truly had the "Eyes of an Angel" on "Summer Nights."

When John tried to impress a gang rival when he was still the leader of the greaser gang the T-Birds, he would "Shout":

"Look Who's Talking, "Look Who's Talking Too," "Look Who's Talking Now." "I Am Wrath." I am "The Punisher."

The gang rivals felt "The Devil's Rain" "Moment by Moment" and ran away.

"The first thing I ever rode when I was a kid was a motorcycle, so I knew how to drive a motorcycle before a car." "One of the things about the whole Harley motorcycle culture is that it's a little bit renegade."

Being a rebel is also about having the style. John was a rebel at heart and knew at an early age what he wanted to be in life.

"There are two areas where you can't stop people misbehaving: eating and sex"

When he dated Sandy he behaved when it was about eating and sex. But when she left him he overindulged with food and sex with "Magnificent Desolation."

"Playing a bad guy is always a freeing experience, because you don't have the same envelope of restrictions as you have playing a good guy. Good guys restrain themselves; they kind of have their moral fiber cut out for them in varying degrees."

Now I understand why bad guys are so popular with some women. It's about the freeing experience and not having their moral fiber cut out. Just take into consideration that bad guys might be dangerous.

"The promise of change doesn't always mean something changes."

That's why the world needs rebellions and revolts to make the changes happen.

"So you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna do something really outrageous, I'm gonna tell the truth."

And what is the truth John is about to tell?

"You're the One That I Want."

"So, goodnight John. I wish Sandy will hear this "outrageous" truth and that she will be "Hopelessly Devoted to You."

 


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