Have you ever been stereotyped..? Stereotypes are everywhere you go at school, work, everywhere and people get stereotyped everyday for any type of thing for example your race, language, skin color, for your beliefs, and for what other people of your race or belief do around the world. In a Comedy show “Ted Talk” Maz Jobrani talked about how he is guilty of stereotyping people. He said he was guilty of stereotyping Indian people that time . Maz Jobrani effectively used humor in his joke by using structure and word choice.
Strassel’s diction heightens the uncertainty and unprofessional manner behind Sanders’ attempt at trying to be elected as President, which leads his supporters to doubt their contribution to his campaign. “Low-dollar donors” of Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ campaign should be asking for a refund due to his “claims and far [cries],” which unveil “political malpractice.” Hardworking devotees dug deep to donate a simple fifty dollars to Sanders’ campaign. Assertions and imprecise
Synopsis (start of book) : Gary. W Boon 10 years old, year 6 at Floyd Hicks Junior high school, Gary was nominated class clown every year and i know what you think, that that is a good thing but no not for gary class clown for him meant that he was dumb and didn 't know anything Gary had his dreams and he wasn’t going to let anything or anyone interrupt his them. His dream was to be a Stand up comedian, Gary would practice in his room by himself and talk to the posters of other comedians that he dreamed of one day being, on his wall. The night that the talent contest arrives Gary is so nervous he is freaking out, he gets out on stage and pees his pants luckily it doesn 't show because two kids called Joe reed and Matt Utt, who bully Gary run up on stage and throw pies and water at him well he s on stage so the pee blends into the water and it looks like nothing, But overall the crowd thinks that it is a laughing stock they are all standing up and cheering for Gary. At the end of the contest Gray is awarded first place, Gary is over the moon.
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