The Breakfast Club written, produced and directed by John Hughes has been a powerful and influential film since its debut in 1985. Twenty eight years has passed, and in 2013; the culture, morals and the expectations of gender have change vastly. In 2013, the expectation of gender has become more diverse, and the restrictions on what a male or female can like, do or feel have been weakened. For example, the newest generation of the show My Little Pony has a large young adult male audience along with the targeted pre-teen girl demographic . In 1985, this was unheard of, and if a man were to watch such a show, he would surely have been ostracized.
Dick Clark Dick Clark brought people all over the world together through their love of music. He hosted the show American Bandstand, a television show aimed towards teenagers full of dancing and singing, for thirty-two years. Clark produced many shows like the American Music Awards and the 10,000-dollar pyramid. But he was most known for his annual television special, Dick Clarks Rockin’ New Years Eve, which he hosted for over three decades. Dick Clark was a hero because he changed the way people looked at music, and even the way people looked at other people, he tried to understand the teenage audience, and influenced many peoples lives for the better.
What if your boss invited him or herself to a private dinner you planned with your significant other? What if he decided to tag along on your vacation? What if your boss came home with you every night, much to your demise? Now of course, these examples are farfetched and unrealistic. But for many employees around the world, they are becoming a sad paralleled reality because of social networking.
Blues artists of today would not be who they are if it weren’t for early ground breakers such as B.B. king and Ma Rainey. Country music is one of the most listened to genres today and has very strong roots in the United States. John R. Cash also known as the man in black was born February 6th, 1932 in Kingsland, Arkansas. Music was an interwoven part of life
Every episode reminds us that we live in such an amazing country that allows us to exercise our right of freedom of speech in any way possible.The show also targets celebrities and politicians to shows that they are just like everyone else. South Park has the unique ability to update its audience with current events going on in our country or worldwide that most would overlook. South Park takes hard news, adds satire with raunchy humor; which then creates interest from the public. It also helps that South Park has a bigger audience base than CNN as well. South Park provides us with in your face politics with no apologies.
Reality TV has had high rating since the beginning because of the entertainment it provides for all viewers. Numerous people compare their lives to the ones on reality TV, because many wish to be them or many just choose to judge their way of living since it is on aired nationwide. In “The ‘normal’ Narcissism of Reality TV” by Jean M. Twenge she explain how narcissism shown in reality TV affects the younger generation’s view of the world, by making narcissism seem normal. Narcissistic people on reality TV have affected the younger generation and the obsession they have of themselves. Twenge states, “To many older people, it’s funny.
In the novel Maestro which was written by Peter Goldsworthy Paul Crabb is made to have piano lessons with one of the top teachers in Darwin, but Paul does not like this teacher at all, because to a certain extent, Keller is no more than a bitter, drunk and abusive teacher. Keller is bitter towards Paul and his family whenever they talk to him. Before each class, Keller has been sitting at the bar drinking schnapps. Keller is never accepting of Paul’s piano playing, he believes that Paul plays without emotion. Keller is at times a drunk, bitter and abusive teacher, but he also displays dedication as a teacher when he follows Paul to Adelaide to help him compete in the competition.
After all, it saved him, why not pass on his new found good fortune? Part of Bill Wilson’s program was regularly gathering a group of other alcoholics for a meeting. They spoke of their problems, their solutions, and their new lives after they stopped drinking. However, there were a host of people who attended these A.A. meetings who had a slightly different problem. There were people going who didn’t drink at all but were addicted to another substance.
Daniel Tosh Would you trust Daniel Tosh with your wedding toast? Yes, I would trust Daniel Tosh with my wedding toast, while many others would not. Daniel Tosh is a comedian who performs in front of thousands of people, he would end up stumbling over words or giving a bad toast. Daniel’s type of comedy consists of insults, racism and politcally incorrect. I have never been a very emtional person or opened up to many people about my feelings.
Description of the interview (include impressions, general reactions and feelings about your first visit): I felt that the interview was a process that quickly became a conversation of interest for both parties. I was surprised at how eager M.D. seemed to share his life stories. I got the impression that he enjoyed our time together and didn’t want it to end. I felt that we both enjoyed the experience as we laughed a