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    American Dad Stereotypes

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    profit off of an animated series that depicts American reality. But does Seth MacFarlane achieve this in the episode that first aired on Fox’s Animation Domination? The first American Dad episode called, “Pilot” which earned a 7.5 rating in Adults 18-49 and a total of 15.1 million viewers. The episode opens with a white middle class family together at breakfast with the children arguing about the significance of a degree from a community college and makes an incest remark. Quickly into the episode Klaus a talking fish and Roger who is an English speaking alien appear. The father Stan is introduced as a CIA Agent who was saved by Roger at Area 51 and speaks about an increased terror level (with no credible threats). Roger speaks about a VHS1 80s special that he enjoyed. Haylee is the daughter who attends community college and believes in the opposite of Stan. She believes that the government uses propaganda to throw fear into citizens to manufacture control. Roger breaks a chair at breakfast because he is loves junk food and is obese. The following scene shows Stan at his desk in the CIA making a reference to Iraq which turned racist in terms of an Arab man telling his wife to put some clothes on she is already dressed and wearing a hijab. Stan also shows a coworker a pencil he bought for 40 dollars with the tip up into Osama Bin Laden’s ass. Within the first five minutes of this episode American Dad has made a bold statement. A big question is does Seth MacFarlane make the…

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    Fred Astaire was born on May, 10 1899 in Omaha, Nebraska. [1] His parents were Frederick E. and Ann Gelius Austerlitz. His parents enrolled him in a dancing school with his sister Adele. Fred and his sister got so good that his family moved to New York to continue their dancing, singing, and acting. By 1917 they changed their last name to Astaire. [2] I does not talk about Fred's education. [2] In 1933 Fred Astaire was married to Phyllis Livingston Potter. Then a little later then went to…

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    today; it’s a system that builds the foundation of our country and a system that purely works for profit. The documentary “Roger and Me” showcases an Ex-journalist Michael Moore on the road to receive more answers on Flint, Michigan and the sudden closing of its General Motors auto plants. With over 30,000 people out of work, the documentary illustrates why our society is critically flawed and how by revealing the true face of capitalism. Moore begins his documentary showcasing home videos; in a…

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    to illustrate these themes. The drama terms include dialogue, character, tragedy, the antagonist and the setting. One of the most important themes of the play is the link between religion and homosexuality. The author depicts this theme through the use of the character’s dialogue. The dialogue that displays the theme of religion is the conversation between Reverend Fred Phelps and Romaine Patterson at Russell Henderson’s trial. Reverend Fred Phelps stated, “We’re standing here with God’s…

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    Fred Astaire The turn of the 20th century represented the beginning of a new era that beared a critical influence on the way we entertain. The American culture went through a drastic metamorphosis by pushing conventional ideals to the limit. The style of jazz music emerged, inspiring newer styles of dance including tap dancing. A pivotal moment in the dawning of the age of jazz certainly can be traced to the sheer effervescence and charisma captured in the way Fred Astaire danced in the style…

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    Trope Music Analysis

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    One such example can be found in the Rogers-Astaire classic Swing Time (George Stevens, 1936). In the final number of the film, “Never Gonna Dance,” after an arduous off-and-on romantic connection to Penny (Ginger Rogers), Lucky (Fred Astaire) sings pleadingly to her in order to “win her back”. This musical number is among the most compelling and magical romance numbers in musical history. Part of this magic comes from the flawless, dreamlike aesthetics of the number- from the pristine,…

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    money alone (Ripley). It would seem logical, due to this money being donated and raised to support the ones left behind, to split it evenly within those that will receive it. Yet it was still divided by occupation and those that had a higher up position, received the most. It seems almost uncomprehend able as well, that the families would them sue for more money to keep up with their life style, given that their deceased loved one was so much more higher up socially. (Ripley) No person’s…

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    America Mexico Again

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    Fox News published an opinion piece titled Make America Mexico Again: Why Americans are fed up with illegals.” This news story discusses the issue of illegal immigration from Mexico. According to Britannica.co, Fox News was created by Robert Murdoch who “enlisted television producer and former Republican political consultant Roger Ailes to oversee the new network, and Ailes’s business acumen and political leanings became closely associated with its eventual success.” Fox News trademark slogan…

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    no freedom at all. The learning system that I though of was playing charades with the characters we learned in English class. It may sound simple, because it is, but it allows students to become more naturally attached to the characters. When people play this game they get to experience the character as they would in the books, but this time in the real world. Instead, read what the character does or say, people actually hear and see what they do, and it would make those characters more natural…

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    Have ever seen the James Bond movies or books before? While watching a movie have you ever thought “I don’t agree with that?” You want to know the opinion on this movie? People have families and live together with happiness. Some people do not have families and live alone because they decided not to get married. Some people around me who does not have families say it is really comfortable being alone, if they have to care about someone else it is too much effort. Also it is uncomfortable. There…

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