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  • Spider Man Empathy Analysis

    other human being. Unlike every other superhero spending money like it is breathing air, coming from another planet, and having natural powers the moment they were born, Spider-Man is like any other human. He suffers from poverty, was born an average baby, and grew up with many hard obstacles just like most people can relate to. Many events in the movie Spider-Man 3 polishes his good traits. He struggled to find money for his sick uncle while still maintaining a good academic learning in school. On top of that, he also had to defend the people in his city. The two things that kept him sane throughout his complications were his job and family. The one thing Peter Parker loves to do is take pictures, which was why he found a job at the Daily Bugle. He also fights hard no matter what life throws at him to support his aunt and uncle. Most people in society gets distracted from their goals and drifts off in the wrong direction, whether it being gambling all your money, spending it on unnecessary things, or contributing to bad habits. Spider-Man shows that despite being poor, he still works hard for a good education, knowing it will lead him to a better future. He works hard at his job even though it barely makes him enough to survive through the day, and does not get distracted from tending his family in need. Peter Parker also knows when to limit himself from time to time. Another solidity Spider-Man has is not being too greedy. In Spiderman 3, Peter Parker finds a strange new…

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  • The Green Goblin: Peter Parker Or Spider Man Dead?

    We all have heard of Spider Man. He was the average teenager until he was bitten by a radioactive spider. I like Spider Man but I believe there are a lot of things missing in his movies. The police and government are portrayed poorly, as to assisting Spider Man or lack there of. Spider Man goes about doing his own thing, outside of the law. He is something we can all relate to and I believe that is why a lot of people like him. Most people would say they want to be like Spider Man because of his…

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  • Sacrifice In Jane Smiley's The Amazing Spider-Man

    “With great power comes great responsibility.” Not only is this a very true and inspirational quote, but it also serves as the mantra of my favorite superhero of all time, Spider-man. The gifted teenage web-slinger has held a very special place in my heart since the first time I watched the movie Spider-Man, starring Toby McGuire, in 2002. Needless to say, when Sony released The Amazing Spider-Man only ten years later, I was a little hesitant about their new spin on my favorite character.…

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  • Importance Of Broader Sources Of Knowledge

    Broader Sources of Knowledge In ancient times, people passed on survival experience to the next generation through oral method. Later, various ways such as making ropes, drawing pictures on walls, and characters emerged to record daily events. People record daily life in order to educate next generation so that the next generation of people can live a better life. With the advent of photographic film, the recording process becomes more and more lifelike and vivid. With the rapid development of…

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  • I Am America, And So Can You ! By Stephen Colbert

    “I don’t like books, they’re all fact, no heart” -Stephen Colbert. As ironic as this quote may seem it is another example of Stephen Colbert’s comedic style, thick satire. “I Am America (And So Can You!)” is another fantastic presentation of Colbert’s conservative capitalist character already shown on the Colbert Report. The book addresses issues that Americans face as adults and current issues facing the nation, plus a note to the future. All these issues are taken on with humor and satire…

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  • The Stewart/Colbert Effect: Satire

    It all began in the year 1999, the beginning of a new outlet for information began, With the use of satirical techniques many new news show had begun to shake the standards the news had previously had. Starting with The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to continue to The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert and even websites like the onion all having a unique and ever evolving standards of their own. These news television programs unifying news and comedy into something new shocked people. Some of the…

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  • Summary Of Labor Of Fun By Nick Yee

    the different career paths that we can take in life. He explains that at a very basic level all of these task involve the basic career skills that we need to succeed in the work force. However, he finds it hypocritical that we use this digital realm as a sort of escapism when in fact we do not really escape from anything that we do in the real world. I believe that this theory of his can be expanded to other sources of media. Therefore, for my analysis, I will do a comparison of a real world…

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  • The Fast Food Industry Analysis

    Nothing says an "American meal" like the quintessential cheese burger, large fries, and a Coke. Fast food is time-efficient, inexpensive, and tastes delicious. The fast food and snack industries have become multi-billionaire businesses. Ingesting these "foods" does not come without consequences. Pollan agues our Western Diet of refined flours, fats, and sugars leads to obesity, heart disease, and diabetes (Daily Show). According to Pollan, our diet has changed over the last one…

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  • The Daily Show Stewart John Effect

    The Daily Show - Consequence-Free Speech Stewart John during this podcast criticizes an NBA sports and political personnel. The structure itself comes from a network named “Comedy Central’. Compared to our podcast, The Daily Show had focused far more on criticisms. The main genres that the podcast focuses on is politics and comedy. The comedic touch towards the podcast was that he was able to keep audiences entertained by making a humorous atmosphere with jokes and mocking other people while we…

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  • Analysis: The Colbert Report

    Does watching the news make viewers laugh? Do they understand what the news show is trying to explain? Airing Monday through Thursday at 11:30pm, The Colbert Report, a television show, is a satire news show that displays an easier to understand form of news. The Colbert Report is a parody of the news show The O’Reilly Factor which takes on current controversial political issues. The star of The Colbert Report is Stephen Colbert. He plays a character on the show who is silly and sarcastic. The…

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