Horatian Satire. Main experience is just living here in the US through our 2016 Presidential Election and hearing peoples' jabs at both candidates. Values inherent are bluntness and humor. My reaction was laughing while also realizing and feeling relieved that the election process was over. The goals of the satire are to ridicule both candidates and ridicule two of their most talked about faults. It is effective because it points out how both ends are at fault and makes the viewer laugh at…
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Many people care about getting things on video or getting a picture of it so that they can show their friends, post it on social media, or just to have. The problem is that they are so caught up in this that they don't realize what is happening outside in the real world. This uses Horatian satire.
Horatian Satire. Experience is personally seeing the media's depiction of events surrounding the election. Value inherent is bluntness. Reaction was to simply laugh. Goals are to mock the news channels and outlets and how they are many times biased and for only one side instead of truth. It is effective because it uses the basic and funny concept of hear no evil see no evil speak no evil to ridicule the news.
This is a horatian satire which mimic Putin as Trump's Santa. It depicts Putin as the person whom helped Trump to gain presidency. I just thought it as an interesting political image. The goal of this satire is to convince people about Putin's intervention in the election of 2016, and the effectiveness depends on readers.
this Horatian satire makes fun of people who believe that being on their computer all day is bad, but then goes and stare at their cell phone. people often forget that phones and computers are basically the same thing. which is humorous because it is like saying with a mouth full of chocolate "chocolate is awful for you don't eat it!"