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#9748 Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

Posted by Feathers on 25 May 2017 - 02:19 PM







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#9747 When you hear these words...

Posted by Feathers on 25 May 2017 - 02:12 PM



Good morning! I totally forgot about this song.






:hangingfromastar: :hangingfromastar: :hangingfromastar: :hangingfromastar: :hangingfromastar:


Five Stars. It's perfect!







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#9710 Rhetorical Devices Used in Literary Logic

Posted by Feathers on 23 May 2017 - 04:20 PM


Great thread idea OP. Looking up examples about this subject I noticed most of the videos about specific fallacies are made in India. Maybe that's just the cookie monster feeding me free samples...
This one involves a little thinking. It gives a decent explanation of syllogisms.
Systematically solve any syllogism problem within a minute without using Venn diagram. This method is called Aristotle's method and it is highly effective, just like solving two mathematical equation.






Therefore you are a chicken. Isn't that something?



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#9387 When you hear these words...

Posted by Feathers on 02 May 2017 - 01:30 PM



Hi Red!



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#8415 Chickensomething Jukebox Heroes

Posted by Feathers on 11 December 2016 - 12:37 PM



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#8366 Coffee: The Irresistible Bean

Posted by Feathers on 04 December 2016 - 06:57 PM

Oh yes! Pour me a cuppa too.



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#7760 Staging, Manipulation and Truth in Photography

Posted by Feathers on 20 October 2016 - 02:27 PM

I like your interest in photography OP. Thanks for the information. I'll tie some threads together with it. Here's one regarding more behind the scenes of the ethics involved:




And of course examples of photographic work whether real or manipulated:





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#7509 Digesting Scandalous Material

Posted by Feathers on 10 October 2016 - 04:26 PM

Stripping Hillary is easy enough to do with all the rumors floating around. Her own secret escapades have been speculated about.



Besides, OP is right. Sexcapades are distracting us all from the main issues that need to be addressed. Donald Trump did well in the debate bringing up the central issues of the email scandal. Plus hitting on some important points about how the rich exploit the tax laws in this country. I think that made Hillary sssscworrrm a bit.

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#7159 Books and Educational Links

Posted by Feathers on 21 September 2016 - 01:21 AM

Big Government. Small Brains. Dumb Laws.

Remember, many of the laws on this site have been verified, but many have been taken from sources which do not include law citations. The laws have been taken from newsgroups, websites, city governments, and visitors to the site. Keep in mind that this is an entertainment site, we wouldn't recommend using our laws as evidence in court, unless you'd like the judge to laugh you into jail!


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#6729 Who Needs Photoshop?

Posted by Feathers on 27 August 2016 - 05:13 PM





Ha! Photoshop.





The tricky still shots are nice.







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#5942 Useful and Free Software

Posted by Feathers on 12 June 2016 - 01:09 PM

Those may not be so useful for some people!


:smokesmall:  :smokesmall:  :smokesmall:


Enter at your own risk!





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#5937 Hall of Mirrors - Enter if you Dare

Posted by Feathers on 12 June 2016 - 12:26 PM


Is this room haunted?
Go ahead and give the link a click. Look around a bit and see what there is to see. You've been warned!
Must be seen full size so click here....if you dare!



Good one! That made me jump.



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#5276 The Constant Readers Thread!

Posted by Feathers on 16 May 2016 - 06:24 AM

This is a good thread idea OP. Book reports are great devices to practice writing and analyses. It helps to find patterns in any given material and identify your reactios and interpretations to the work. You might want to consider these major aspects when analysing literary work in the future.


Number 1 is the plot: the sequence of events.

Look at theme: those are central ideas in the work.

Character is important: Traits and actions of the people.

Keep in mind the structure: how the parts of whole relate to one another

Look at the setting: the times and places, etc.

Point of views should be noted: 1st, 2nd, 3rd person. Narrators, main characters...

Style or fashion: how the words and sentences are presented.

Imagery: what kind of pictures get created in your head.

What is the tone of the work: what are the attitudes of the author and how are they directed to the reader. Use imagery to ask questions.

The ever present symbolism: what are the underlying meanings below the surface.

All the rhythm and rhyme: is it good to dance to? Beats, meters, and repetitions.




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