In my essay, I am writing about the comparisons that can be made between the book The Taming of the Shrew and the movie Hitched for the holidays. In the movie there are two different families who don't know about each other but each family is pressuring someone from their family to find love.A guy from the one family and a girl from the other find each other, plot to fool their families and then during the plan end up fall in love with each other. In the book The Taming of the Shrew, there was a strong love drive in many of the characters but they used many complex plans and plots to get their desired outcomes even going as far as trading personalities. The main focus of the comparisons that I would like to make are about honesty and deception in relationships because this is a topic that happened through a majority of the play and movie with a true love shines bring at the end which is something again seen in both the movie and the book.
One reason why the play and the movie can relate to each other is because in both the play and the majority of the dialogue showed most of the characters plotting and planning in order to gain their family, friend, and or acquaintances to trick their families into thinking that they're both actually in love with one another. In the movie, a man by the name of Rob is being pressured by his family to get a girlfriend. They want him to find love especially since it’s holiday season and this time of year is known for the romance and loving atmosphere. . There is a female character named Julie that is also experiencing the same situation in her family. It is key to remember that these character’s haven’t met or know each other yet. They meet online through an add, that stated, tand thus they answer each others adds and thus they find each other. In this movie, they are each lying to their families and in Julie’s case her family and some of her friends about each other even having to fake religious beliefs just to get a believable story. In the play, although the motives were different the actions of lying were still the same. Lucentio and Tranio acted like people they were not to get the girl Lucentio wanted. Lucentio switched places to get closer to Bianca without anyone knowing. Not even Bianca knew about the plots and planning.
In the movie Hitched for the Holidays there was a lot of pressure for a from Robs family for him to get married and find a relationship. Julie was going through the same thing from her family. Like in Taming of the Shrew there was a lot of pressure for Katherine to get married. There were a lot of men that wanted katherines little sister Bianca but no one wanted katherine herself because she was known for her bad and sour attitude. Their father even made it a rule that in order for Bianca to get married her older sister would have to get married first. Even thought that put more pressure on the men trying to get with Bianca that still put a lot of pressure on Katherine wich you could tell through her acts of aggression towards her younger sister Bianca when tying her up and hitting her.
At the end of the book Rob and Julie after having a rough patch in their fake relationship ended up falling in love on New Year's night at the end of the movie. That is just like how in the end of the book Kathrine admitted to finding true love with Petruchio even after his rough “taming” process. Over the time of their relationship which wasn't exactly the definition of true love Katherine grew to love Petruchio
Does working out and lifting a fitter healthier lifestyle help your confidence
Working out: The answer to confidence?
Physical fitness is a huge thing to many. There are many different ways that people do to get fit and stay in shape like running, boxing, lifting weights, and many other things that needs you to work hard, get your heart beating and blood pumping to burn calories and build muscle. There are many benefits to living a fitter life like feeling better, looking better, being more capable and having benefits that goes as far as possibly living longer. Working out and living a better lifestyle can help your confidence because of the new self image that is made after the physical transformation..
In an article from lifesum.com there is a person who talks about their experiences of working out and also talks about how her physical transformation makes her feel more confident “I’ve lost count of how many before and after pictures I’ve seen where people have undergone the most radical of radical transformations, and shed half their bodyweight, and then they say something along the lines of, ‘Honestly though, it’s not the weight that’s the biggest deal, I am so much more confident in my body and in my own skin’. This is typically the point at which I roll my eyes and think to myself ‘OF COURSE you feel so much more confident, you’re slimmer and you hated your body before!’
But I’ve had a kind of aha! moment. I will say that I’m not sure if there is any psychology behind this, so feel free to disregard everything. All I know is that for me, working out has been strangely empowering.” This person says that she has found a confidence because of the body transformation that they went through from working out. It was said that this person hated their body before getting in better shape and comparing how they saw themself back then to now is a huge part of their new found confidence.
On a question and answer type of set up on this website called sharecare a question was asked. The question was ‘Does exercise help increase confidence?’ Jeff Coswell an NASM elite trainer said “Absolutely. Working out and seeing your body change definitely will help change your attitude towards yourself and even life. When you start feeling good about what you have accomplished your whole perception changes. As a personal trainer myself just seeing peoples eyes light up when the have lost that weight and body fat makes me even feel good. When you start looking and feeling better your whole attitude changes for the better. Have you ever met someone who said I have lost all this weight, dropped all this body fat and have more energy and I am miserable? Of course not because reaching these goals makes you feel you can accomplish anything. So work hard and feel great.” From Jeff Coswell quote it looks like he's saying that it's mostly a mental type of feeling that changes based on your progress and how you look. Once again it's the same Idea from paragraph 1 where the comparison to the before and after transformation has a huge boost in confidence.
In this article about a man who was suffering from chronic pain on a website called www.pickthebrain.com, the man in the article states that Working out has many benefits towards building your confidence. First, it teaches you the importance of making a decision and what really deciding is. It helps you to build a more positive self-image and an internal compass. You learn gratitude, discipline, and visualization. Finally, you learn to move more slowly, which makes you appear more confident and self-assured. Once again the idea of self image of brought up.
Due to the self image of humans, the idea of bettering ourselves is needed to make lives easier. This shows how working out and living a better lifestyle can help your confidence because of the new self image that is made after the physical transformation.
This is my best 2fer because of the connection I was able to make in the real world. This was also a topic that I was comfortable with and I personally workout a ton myself. I have seen the personal growth in me which makes my 2fer a lot more connectable with the audience and myself. The research I did was expressed in my 2fer and how I was able to piece things together which made me feel confident in my own work.
When I first listened to Eminem It was my freshman year of highschool and before that I was never huge into rap. I had a small selection of random songs that I actually liked but none of it was rap. But In highschool that all changed for me when I got into rap. Its weird how it all worked out but I got into rapping before I even Got into listening to rap. I've been rapping for all of highschool now and actually kind of took a break last year because the way the lunches were split up so most of high school. I even made a song and is still working on some more music, not as a serious career path but for fun and as a little bit as a hobby. Even though it isn't anything serious I still like to put it out there on social media and getting feedback from people. All the feedback has been positive which is great for me. The fact that i'm just playing around a bit is pretty big for me.
At lunch It was common for the upperclassmen to host rap battles and cyphers with each other. I seeing one of my friends hanging with them decide to go over and listen and was asked to “spit”. This being my first time ever considering rapping. I gave rapping a a try and rapped poorley not even reaching the status of sub par on a good day. Weeks passed and after many failed attempts at spitting something actually good or remotely close to fire, I kept trying. Eventually with each attempt getting a little better and better. I soon started to spit stuff that wasn't that bad and on some occasions pretty good. To be honest I don't exactly remember how I ran across Eminem's music but I do know he's the first Lyricist i've listened to and at his first song I instantly liked it and had a huge respect for his craft.
Im 95% sure that the first song that I listened to made by Eminem was “The Real Slim Shady” which is still one of my favorite songs and a great one to work out to. After a week and a half to 2 weeks of listing (maybe longer) I somehow found Tupac's music which not only his music stuck with me but also his image and the persona that he made for himself. With his music was my first ever look of what's considered gangsta rap.
I first started out with Eminem which whose lyricism grew on me very quickly and opened me up to more rappers like Tupac, Biggie, Big L, Big Pun, and other rappers of the 90ś which was known as the gangsta rap era. I also like rappers of today with a old school style such as Hopsin. And nonstop that's all I listened to and that's still for the most part all I listen to till this day. But the more that I listened to the songs of my favorite artist, the better o a rapper I became. I was able to get a flow together to most beats, I was able to come up with anything on the spot, and people have even said when I rap I have an old school flow. Listening to people who influenced me and practice taught me how to freestyle wich also helped freestyle savage become my brand.
Eminem’s music changed my taste in music and put me on to other rappers.
Also in freshman year I have to admit it wasn't my strongest year. Although I was adjusting to highschool I did it pretty fast. But I did more joking around that focusing on my work. I had a never stress go with the flow mentality so I did not stress about grades and how much work I turned in. I still have that mentality but now but I work harder and take more pride in my grades. I definitely try harder in school and did better and better each year. I am a harder worker than I use to be and a strong work ethic is something I strive to perfect as I follow the path of what I want to do as a profession
The changes that I have made throughout high school were mostly mental changes and also a bit maturity too. High school has had changes on me that I think will last a lifetime other than friendships. The high school experience has changed my way of thinking and perception even on music part about the rapping and rappers aspect this was how My high school year has changed y life. I was introduced to Rap in my freshman year of highschool and it as had a huge impact on me from then till now and years to come. So thats how my years of high school and its huge impact that it had on mehas changed my life.
How can gym stereotypes be funny
When working out in the glorious house of gainz, in the zone with one's eyes on the prize, other people's workout distractions can be annoying, whether it’s [describe a few annoying behaviors here]. But videos made for entertainment shed some light on the comical side of these potentially annoying distractions. Videos about gym stereotypes are funny because they take habits that can be found annoying in a space for working out and then put a funny and creative spin their behavior, shedding light on these kinds of people
According to the “Dude Perfect Stereotypes ” video series on YouTube, gym stereotypes are funny because of how true they are.. From the screamers to Mr. Excuses (the slackers) they all happen and even though they are something that annoys a lot of people they can distract others and interrupt their workouts when trying to lift and hit the weights, Dude Perfect found a way to make them funny. In one video, they expand on the slacker behavior by showing a character who had many excuses to not go to the gym. Always having something to do or things that come up and ruin his gym plans. Or the screamers who would scream and grunt and make loud noises when trying to lift.
For gym bros and broettes trying to get swole and a sick pump for any reason whether it's getting that summer body, changing one's current lifestyle, or just wanting to better one’s self in one aspect of life. A gym is a place where everyone gathers to help reach a similar goal of one another. Now with a diverse group of people, it is certain there will be a diverse plethora of ways,habits, forms, and “techniques’ that people will do when they're working out. According to ‘’elitedaily’’ ( a website that is based on fitness and the problems that you might encounter) Going to the gym has many benefits such as improving one's sleep, feeling better, some may be less stressed, and is even known to give a self esteem boost.
Some habits can be considered to be worse or more annoying than others and certain people who are found doing them a lot do not go without notice. With those habits that people see and may or may not find annoying is where the stereotype is formed. A special group of people not chosen in any way just gain these habits that are noticed by others and therefore the stereotype is made. And proven by Dude Perfect, these habit based stereotypes can be funny if looked at in a lighthearted, way. By giving them funny names, such as [name them here] and maybe even a slight exaggeration these sometimes annoying behaviors can be pretty funny.
Of the 2,000 people polled, 74 percent said fellow gym goers were guilty of bad gym etiquette, and many implicated themselves as well: 49 percent admitted to having used water bottles and towels that aren't actually theirs; 33 percent revealed they exercise without deodorant; 18 percent fessed up to working out despite coughing, sneezing and being sick; and 16 percent flat-out said they don’t wash their clothes between workouts. Skeeved out? Us too.” In this quote, it talks about the different behaviors in a way that one’s possibly see at the gym and the quote above sheds a lot of light on how bad these habits formed stereotypes can be. It shows the nastier versions of things that people don't particularly think about where the more obvious stereotypes are not as mentioned but still do hit on the topic of the statement of “bad gym etiquette”.With the percentages added in this shows the reader how many people do these thing which is a lot compared to what one might notice. It also shows that to gym bros and broettes this is a fairly huge topic, so it only makes sense that a video from Dude Perfect would be so successful..
If gym bros and broettes stopped to think about it, they would realize that gym stereotypes can is not just about the fact that it can be annoying and distracting in the gym, but can also be funny if looked at in the right light!
Había una vez un dios llamado Shango. Era uno de los tres gobernantes de Oyo. Oranmiyan, Ajaka y Shango. Las cosas del imperio no iban muy bien y había diferencias de opinión.
Sobre cómo las cosas deberían haber sido hechas y cómo se distribuiría el poder.
Los tres gobernantes creyeron que había tiempo para que el imperio y su pueblo participasen en quién querían que fuera su poder supremo. Dirigieron un voto. Tenían todos los imperios que las personas votan por quienes querían entrar en un poder más alto. Tres semanas más tarde, esto le dio a la gente del imperio tiempo suficiente para votar y al final de todos los votos cuenta a quien llegó, pero en la parte superior fue Shago. Se declaró que Schango tendría la mayor cantidad de poder. Ganó por ser un buen tipo. Era muy humilde y fresco bajo presión. Pero después de unos meses de su nueva estatura las cosas empezaron a cambiar. Su comportamiento fue cambiado por su nuevo poder y dominio sobre todo y todo el mundo. La nueva altura de su poder no tenía límites y poco a poco fue a su cabeza con el tiempo. Al final de su segundo año de los ciudadanos del imperio estaban hartos de su cambio. Querían que se cambiara el poder pero no sabían cómo hacerlo. Incluso intentaron asesinar, pero no sabían lo habilidoso de un luchador. No sabían que él era entrenado como un niño en artes marciales y combate cuerpo a cuerpo. Al final los dos poderes que fueron dejados atrás por Shango, Oranmiyan y Ajaka, se levantó contra él y luchó contra él mientras también era muy hábil en la lucha.
Lucharon contra él y Shango perdió y fue forzado a abandonar el imperio. Después de eso los Oranmiyan y Ajaka tomaron el poder otra vez.
March 20, 2017
Esta es mi pared que haría mi arte público. Está un poco lejos de mi casa. Todavía está en North philly pero no exactamente el "Hood".
This is what I would put in on the wall for my arte público with great reason but there's a lot of connections that need to be made. North Philly along with some other parts of philly is thought as the hood. The hood is thought as of where thugs and gangsters like to hang and just live. Tupac was a thug, but he took it a step farther. This man is an inspiration and he knew the true meaning of being a thug. But not only that he was such a smart, intelligent, brilliant man. And a lot of people who weren't exactly cool with him or what he stood for missed that because of his thug mentality. The missed the scholar within him and it wasn't something all that easy to miss. He died way before his time and he deserves some commemoration.
Esto es lo que pondría en la pared para mi arte público con gran razón, pero hay un montón de conexiones que deben hacerse. El norte de Philly junto con algunas otras partes de philly se piensa como la capilla. La capilla se piensa de donde los matones y los gángsters tienen gusto de colgar y apenas vivir.Tupac era un matón, pero dio un paso más. Este hombre es una inspiración y conocía el verdadero significado de ser un matón. Pero no sólo que era un hombre inteligente, inteligente y brillante.
Y un montón de gente que no era exactamente genial con él o lo que él representaba perdieron eso debido a su mentalidad de matón. El perdió al erudito dentro de él y no era algo fácil de perderse. Murió mucho antes de su tiempo y merece un poco de conmemoración.
Vivo en el norte de Filadelfia. Se conoce como la capilla y el gueto, pero primero quiero empezar diciendo que me gusta donde crezco. Viví en el norte de Filadelfia toda mi vida y creo que es un gran lugar para el amor. Ahora sí, es peligroso, y las inyecciones de armas son bastante comunes, y hay algunos ins de ruptura, asaltos, robos, cabezas de crack, borrachos, y otras cosas como eso, pero creo que crecer en lo que se ve como la capucha es una buena cosa. Pero honestamente, ¿qué lugar no tiene ningún crimen? ¿Qué puedes considerar un "lugar seguro" para vivir
Creo que puede ser un buen pensar para crecer alrededor. Le hace consciente de su entorno y darse cuenta de lo que son algunas de las cosas que pueden suceder a usted por ahí. La gente llama a esto la campana debido a las cosas malas que suceden por ahí, pero no hay en cualquier lugar que esto no sucede. La gente allí es gente agradable en donde vivo y no puede ser la gente no tan agradable aquí como en cualquier otro lugar. Casi todo el mundo habla cuando su chillin justo y la gente camina por. Norte de Filadelfia o ¨la capilla¨ no es tan malo como la gente lo hace basarse en estereotipos.
En mi opinión tengo una bonita casa con un montón de espacio. Es sólo mi tío, mi mamá, mi hermana, y yo y yo hemos estado allí toda mi vida. Esa casa es donde me criaron toda mi vida. Lo curioso es que el Contar la historia es hace años y años que se utiliza para ser una oficina de médicos para el público. Entonces era una casa para una madre familia antes de que fuera una casa para nosotros cuando mi tío la trajo.
Its 1980. My names Jamal and I'm 16 year old black man. I'm busy as hell and 6’5 and I live in North Philly… pretty much the hood. I'm living in a world where it seems everyone is a G. Where everyone's a Thug and packing heat. Its pretty common to hear about gang warfare and gang violence and territorial disputes and a lot of times you'll hear shoot outs and drive bys and it's almost an every night thing to hear police sirens in the distance. I live life one day at a time and honestly life is rough. I need to put some money on the table so i'm out here slangin dope, my dad left me and my mom, my mom has resorted to drugs to deal with stress and to top of the cake i'm in a gang that I don't even know I want to be in. Now yeah, in my own ways and just my personality I have been called as a thug and been compared to one but i've never been in a gang. I've always just flown solo, just the lone wolf. But now I have been associated with people who are in one of the biggest gangs in town. They are my friends in school who brought me in but now that I actually see what they’re doing, see what life they’re living.I don't know if I want in anymore. There was not initiation that I had to do to get in and yeah if you're in a gang you have people who have your back and who are ride or die, But this might just be too much. But at the same time this is pretty much all I know. I was basically raised by the streets and the streets are what helped me put food on the table and keep money in my pockets. The one thing I could always count on was my music. But even my music gave me reasons to be a G or not to be. My favorite artist Like Eazy-E, Tupac, Big L, Big Pun, and Biggie Smalls were all Gangsta rappers and Eazy- E was in a gang himself and they're all very successful so why shouldn't I be like them? I've always been good with words, beats and rhymes. Maybe I can have the same outcome as them. Not only their success but their music and lyrics speak to me. They give reasons to want to live the thug life but I have to remember that throughout a lot of their music the express emotions on the life they live like in a lot of Tupac's music he expresses the struggles that the black race and young black males have to deal with like in his songs Changes, Me Against The world, and Ambitionz az a Ridah or in Biggie’s song “Juicy” Music is pretty much where I go to think and it helps my mind find answers but this time i dont think its working. The only thing I could think of was to just stop all this completely and start trying to be a rapper but I have no idea if i'd even get that chance to be big. I also have to worry about my reputation out here. Reputation can mean everything out here in the streets. But there's a part of me who likes the liv i'm living but I liked the life as a lone wolf the best. Make me feel like I can relate to Tupac's song “Me against the world”. If i'm in a gang that just ups my chances of getting poped out here by rival gangs flamin gats because of something some other people in my gang did. I can't have that happen. I just hope for whatever i decide I make the decision fast before it's too late and im not around to make that choice anymore.
El hijo de una madre trabajadora
Niño con una hermana
Producto de Filadelfia
Un pato chino marrón
Veo caras familiares
Saboreo una hamburguesa
Oigo la risa de mis amigos
Siento mi dignidad
Toco nuevos tenis
observación de aves
las personas que asan
Somos de products de Filadelfia
La lengua de
No somos Arican, Vivimos en America
No somos Ameria esta en
Nosotors, pero alli no tengo hogar
Mi mama y yo estos en ta encrcijada