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I found Botton's claim he made about how we choose to work mainly because we want to help people. We want to have them leave better off they they came. I do not agree with this as he says that this is always the case. I think this is a... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2016 at write2think
My vision on what college education should be aimed towards is a more broad scope that Bain's specific ideas. Brain suggests that the education should ether be where you only learn about your specific major as that is what your job will be, or that we get a broad education... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2016 at write2think
If I could do anything with my life, if i had the skills and money and skills, basically no worries, i would pursue videography. I have always wanted to make commercials. Its extremely difficult to get a job and does not pay very well which is why i have not... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2016 at write2think
If I could do anything with my life, if i had the skills and money and skills, basically no worries, i would pursue videography. I have always wanted to make commercials. Its extremely difficult to get a job and does not pay very well which is why i have not... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2016 at write2think
In the movie Office Space we get this story of people not loving their jobs and just putting their way through life not too happy. A scene that stood out to me was when Joanna was confronted by her boss for doing the bare minimum at her job. This bare... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2016 at write2think
Keating, Patrick. Cinematography. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Cinematography [electronic Resource]. Web. The book “Cinematography” is a book about how a filmmaker creates and edits the film to produce movies, short-films, commercials, etc. It talks about the artistic eye that it takes in how to not only pick a good angle to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2016 at write2think
In the song ‘A Long Day’s Night’ by The Beatles, the song encompasses the reason for his drive to work aimed towards pleasing his wife, which in reward is sex. He sings "its been a hard day's night, I’ve been working like a dog", showing us that his job isn't... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2016 at write2think
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Aug 31, 2016