Yes, I know who Muhammad Ali is; one of the greatest boxers of all time. He said those words to inspire other aspiring boxing players to dream, and to do so big.
These two quotes basically mean that all big goals start from one’s dreams and or ambitions.
In the painting that I am about to make, I would paint a picture of Mr. Gates being alone in a quiet room, dreaming, thinking, of the possible next big thing in his area of expertise. This is basically because of the concept of self-definition, which suggests that everything starts from planning and dreaming.
Yes, the names written in the song all mean something to me. They all have one thing in common. All of them experienced failure in their area of expertise at one point; they did not fail but instead, focused on improving the things they thought were the reason behind their initial and or temporary failures. Edison, for example, did not stop even after thousands of failed experiments; he did so until he finally perfected the fluorescent lamp. Here is a possible two liner that can be added to the song though: Everyone has a dream, but not everyone has the courage to man up and face the associated failures; anyone can dream but not everyone has the power to stomach the failures, everyone can dream.
Yes, I have a list of jokes that I really like, actually. My favorite joke would be knock-knock jokes. These jokes basically improve one’s wit and ability to play words using songs. There are a lot of knock-knock jokes out there.
Knock-Knock, audience will answer with who’s there? Curry; Curry who? The cracker will start singing the song Carrie by Europe using Curry instead of Carrie in the chorus.
No, I did not laugh at all after hearing the joke that was told.
This may be because of the fact that I have already heard of the joke that was cracked in that event. In the case of the Japanese, the main reason behind it would be the fact that they do not have the cultural background of context needed to be able to relate to the joke. All jokes, after all, are inside jokes. This means that there must be something in common, perhaps knowledge and or experience about something related to the joke, between the joke cracker and the people listening to him or her, in order for it to play out.
I would of course use this brand new and high quality item to perform activities that it was intended to be used in. I do not like to make my life complicated by trying to use something for an activity that it was not designed to accomplish.
I totally accept this statement. Firstly, creative thinking is a lifelong process; it is something that is wired in a person though. The reason why one creatively thinks is because he wants to change or in most if not all cases, improve something. This serves as the main motivating factor for people to think more creatively. This all boils down to how one wants to more easily solve problems.
It all comes from the people behind the scenes, the writers perhaps.
I am guessing lots of writers for each comedy show.
I can of course be one of those writers working behind the scenes; however, I need to be working with a group because not all of my ideas are fresh and sellable. I think these writers are underpaid considering the value that they create for a show.
I would stick with the knock-knock joke that I just gave as an example earlier.
I prefer Jimmy Fallon over any other television comedian out there because he is so natural.
Yes, his shows would be a success to different countries and societies including Canada and Mexico.
Yes, I would watch it again because again I can relate to it, given that I can understand Spanish a little bit.
If I am going to draw a comic’s strip, it would be about the typical day of people living in my life so that all of the people I am going to share it with would be able to relate.
Yes, comic pages are very common in newspapers.
This is because people want to make fun of things all the time.
Again, it would be about something people could relate to.
In the comic strip pages in our local newspaper, I have found that they have been to blunt and uncreative, perhaps because of the fact that writers run out of fresh and funny ideas too.
Strip for ethnic groups are almost non-existent, mainly because of the lack of audience or readership. But almost all newspapers in other countries have their dedicated comic pages.
Module 4. "Creativity and Society." (n.d.): 01-39. Presentation.