The only indian; was stereotypically a doctor.
“Kate Ramsay” is too smiley to be taken seriously.
the detectives don’t do their job properly, keeping that woman in the room to be investigated.
And the old lady is an attention whore with her fairy tales and horror stories.
I really should watch the show with my sister more often :|
Babar, Franklin the Turtle, CatDog, Little Bear, Kenan & Kel, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Trapdoor, Goosebumps, Bagpuss, The proper Winnie the Pooh, Dinosaurs, Playhouse Disney, Bear in the Big Blue House, Blues Clues, Rolie Polie Olie, Funny Bones, Art Attack, Doug, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Rugrats, Dexters Labratory, Johnny Bravo, PB and J Otter, Wild Thornberrys. & before anyone complains, ‘Spongebob’ doesn’t belong on here.
WHAT ABOUT ROCKOS MODERN LIFE, and angry beavers?! AND HEY ARNOLD!! Shiiii~
*welcome* my name is Jaya Degur and today I shall be portraying to you, my understanding of the way truth is conveyed, or even how much is lacking, in the film “Fahrenheit 9/11” by Michael Mooreand also in a speech made by the 35th president of the United States, John F Kennedy. The best definition of truth that I’ve found is a fact than has, or can be verified by an unbiased opinion.
Have you ever lied? Have you ever been told not to lie? Ever since I can remember, I’ve been led to believe that telling the truth is for the best. We have all been told that lying is wrong, and punishments are generally enforced for such acts. In Michael Moore’s film, Fahrenheit 9/11, he uses many techniques to get across his critical and biased point of view.
Following up on the unfortunate terrorist attacks in America on September 11, 2001, Michael Moore reveals the deep fear, paranoia and uncertainty that the American security system possesses prior to the attacks. To inform viewers of such uncertainty, Moore uses omission, provoking music, sarcasm, and contrasts that otherwise can only be seen through eyes of analysts such as himself.
Throughout the documentary, Moore picks on Bush for being lazy, ignorant and a redneck, claiming that all he does, or has done since being elected for presidency, is golf, and slack off. He gets his point across, by showing video footage of Bush cutting trees, swinging golf clubs, and mainly just relaxing – something the president of the United States should not be doing.
All of this is accompanied by yokel “hill-billy” music, and enhances the viewers understanding of Moore’s perception of Bush. For my related text, I have chosen to seek the truth in one of the most famous speeches of the 20th century. Spoken by President John F Kennedy, was the speech presented on May 25th, 1961, preceding the controversial moon landing.
I believe we possess all the resources and talents necessary. Says Kennedy. This shows that Kennedy was speaking in high modality, captivating his audience, and making them assured that landing a man on the moon could not fail. Throughout his speech, Kennedy reveals that the soviet’s are leading the “space race” and that there is no guarantee that the US will be first.
This is what led many to believe that the following events, (the first man on the moon) were in fact false. After seeing Fahrenheit 9/11, it’s made me think about how much truth is revealed when it comes to big decisions, and government. Do they omit important things, like what the talents and resources necessary were?
Unless someone decides to come forward, and prove everything wrong, this is the only truth we have, and whether or not we like it, we have to believe it.
sitting in my IPT class today a girl said “I don’t believe gay people should be allowed to marry anyway”, I said politely “everybody is entitled to an opinion, but being gay myself I find that offensive. before you continue take that into consideration that you’ll anger me”. she took no notice and…
i don’t see how people find it even remotely wrong? :|