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    BINGO competition, or maybe you put your ticket in a raffle and hope that your number is called. Both those options sounds enticing, but instead I would go play games or maybe answer trivia questions. Yes, I understand that BINGO is a game, but I’m not talking about that kind of game. Instead, I’m talking about gameshows, like Jeopardy or Legends of the Hidden Temple. It will feel like we are in the audience when we take a look at: mental game shows, physical game shows, and even combing the two together. If you’re the contestant on a gameshow that mostly involves mental challenges, that does not necessarily mean it is…

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    Editor Nick Serpe explore the reality television in the context of a social and economic condition in the United States. Serpe discusses how the shows such as “Repo Games,” reflect worsening economic condition for low-income people in the United State. In the article, “You’ve Got the wrong Song: Nashville and Country Music Feminism,” by writer Claire Miye Stanford describes how one can be both feminine and feminist in the country music. The two articles are more…

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    Big Data Introduction In approximately 2007, IBM (International Business Machines) researchers set out to create a computer system that could compete with humans on the popular television game show Jeopardy (Clive, 2010). Most search engines, like Bing or Google, generate a list of sources from a keywords search. The sources direct users to webpages that may or may not contain the information sought by the user. IBM researchers aimed to develop a question and answering system that could…

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    Game Show Theory Analysis

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    feel the emotions they are going through. Seven, the game show theory shows the contestants winning games and money, and the contestants have to demonstrate a level of skill. The game show plays out the American Dream (Teacher Notes, para 1). I will discuss how this theory is described in the losing situation and its consequences.…

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    The last thing we all want to do when we are reading a book is flipping the pages back and forth to understand the page you we are reading. Blackwater by Kerstin Ekman, was one of the most interesting and most complicated books I have ever read. Being used to American writing style, it was pretty hard to stay on track with Black Water since it’s a Swedish novel. Being a detective is the last thing I would of have thought of myself. The readers of The Blackwater have become an unlicensed…

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    I never was the writer who lived a rich life grand with detailed stories that gave them initial inspiration on my creation of a character, detail of a line or the crafting of a setting/scenario. I just started with something out of the ordinary and built off it. I will say that the only initial theme quantities I enforce are biblical allusions or themes that work as political commentary on religious matter. No matter what I am writing about it try my best to express a political statement or…

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    How did Ancient Rome maintain a well structured civilization for centuries? According to Keith Hopkins author of “Murderous Games,” an article depicting the life of Romans that tells how violence, discipline, and death were all tools that ensured the people of Rome were obedient. Hopkins presents these components of Roman life by illustrating the Gladiatorial shows and the effect it had on every social class. This paper will be a brief summary and opinion on the Gladiatorial games and how it…

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    interactive online games are essentially a convergence between what we do in real life and our digital world. He touches also on the idea that it odd that there is so much overlapping between the activities we do when working in comparison to what we so for fun online. Throughout is writing he compares the roles we take online in these games to 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…

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    Gender Stereotypes

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    My favorite comedians to watch on TV are: Conan O’ Brien Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Fallon Seth Meyers On Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 11 pm, I can see Conan on TBS and either Late Night with Seth Meyers or Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC. Aside from this routine, I watch snips of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Youtube from time to time. At the beginning of the shows, there’s a period when the hosts start cracking jokes about current events, mostly in politics. Each of the comedians have the standard…

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    The criticism of Daily Show regarding Criminal justice reform Humans’ minds are the most precious gifts god has given to us. However, sometimes our minds could be manipulated without being known by ourselves. As people know more and more about how our brains and psycho-activities are functioning, the ways to mislead people’s thoughts are being mastered by more and more people, especially politicians. Under this circumstance, it seems that people need a role of some outside instructions to…

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