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8.Which message could you relate to more? Explain why in a minimum of three sentences. In my opinion I could relate more to McCullough more. I can accomplish my goals that I set for my self. Bu this is only because I want to make my self happy, knowing I had done something productive. For example, I train a lot more hours throughout the week, and on the weekend I see my performance is a lot better then everyone else because I trained harder and longer. Part B: Search for SatireUse the guided analysis exercises within the lesson as a model for this part of the assignment. 1.1.Locate an example of satire. Copy and paste it here, making sure to note the source where you found it in a proper citation. (Possible sources include television shows, humor magazines, the op/ed section of the newspaper, movies, comic strips, songs, and internet memes.)
1. 2.What human institution or human weakness is satirized in this piece? The idiocy of smoking is being satirized3.Identify and explain the types of humor devices used to create the satire.Mock Encomium - “Nick Taylor doesn’t hide the truth, he filters it”.Sarcasm - “Thank you for smoking” Like as if its a public service 4.How effectively do the techniques used communicate the creator’s position? Is is very effectively communicates the creators position. He explains the creators of cigaret’s lie to the consumers, so they don’t get to know the real truth.5.Evaluate the overall effectiveness of the satire. Explain your reasoning in a minimum of three sentences. I believe the creator wanted to show cigarette consumers that telling people smoking is good, cool because it really isn’t causing you long term to eventually die.Twain’s speech:Being told I would be expected to talk here, I inquired what sort of talk I ought to make. They said it should be something suitable to youth--something didactic, instructive, or something in the nature of good advice. Very well. I have a few things in my mind which I have often longed
to say for the instruction of the young; for it is in one’s tender early years that such things will best take root and be most enduring and most valuable.

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