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Do not copy and used this paper, This paper has been turned in and has a plagiarism score. The Happiness Machine “The Happiness Machine” by Ray Bradbury. The story envisions what it would resemble on the off chance that we could make a machine or innovation that would make us happy. While we have not yet created the machine as Bradbury envisions in his story, we have never given up. We frequently including myself envision that we will be more joyful and upbeat with the new technological device, better vehicle, new shoes, or a 100 inch TV. But nothing last forever. Individuals are not constantly happy; if happiness remains perpetually it would lose its significance. For instance, a few years back I began conservation that every single parent have dealt with in our era: "All of my friends have the new iPhone or already has one, I am the only one in the school that does not have one." One of the essential ways we attempt to create happiness is through consumerism and psychology. Companies know this, and they feed us this thought always through advertising. In a significant part of the publicizing we experience in TV, radio and web media, we are informed

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