Essay about Ontario 's Diagnosis : Ontario

1058 Words Mar 28th, 2016 5 Pages
Ontario’s diagnosis

“Fortunately, our audiences are used to a kind of boredom in the theatre, and if the writer is skillful, he will flatter them into thinking: 'Why, that 's us up there, and aren 't we - for all our little foibles - pretty nice guys and gals?” ~Gore Vidal. Ontario is boring, and it should not be as boring as it is right now. The easy way to fix the boredom of the situation would be to add more culture to Ontario, thus should be prompted, “Ontario should have more culture.” Entailing on this argument will be: Why Ontario should have culture added to it, Ways to commit that action, and the reasons included. On initiation, it would easy to make up reasons to throw the pretty face of culture out the window, and out to the street where it will be forgotten as easily as what you had for breakfast this morning. Hopefully I can open your eyes a little, just a little to one of the most impeding problems that, progresses quite easily through the town of Ontario, Oregon. Off the bat, corporate grey is the main coloring of the town. On my own escapades through the Town Of Ontario my eyes glaze over at the blur of monotone grey, with the occasional splash of red from a brick building, or a colorful sign, meant to catch eyes. The reason this is so troubling, and stands out, is because it is just so very mediocre it always seem like no one gave any effort into making anything with the least bit of compassion. Culture is the expressions of one’s personal beliefs,…

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