Posted: 2017-12-07 16:24
Getting Started. One way to prepare for this assignment is to read some engaging character sketches. You might want to look at recent issues of any magazine that regularly publishes interviews and profiles. One magazine that is particularly well known for its profiles is The New Yorker. For instance, in the online archive of The New Yorker , you ll find this profile of popular comedian Sarah Silverman: 89 Quiet Depravity, 89 by Dana Goodyear.
I bet you that Chivers didn t bitch about how all those other sites stole Taylor s story from the Chive. It s the fucking internet, shit makes its way everywhere eventually if enough people share it with everyone they know. That is the definition of something going viral. Go hang out on buzzfeed and feel good about it. Also, like others have said, they gave buzzfeed credit so you are extra stupid.
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In an essay of approximately 655 to 855 words, compose a profile (or character sketch ) of an individual whom you have interviewed and closely observed. The person may be either well-known in the community (a politician, a local media figure, the owner of a popular night spot) or relatively anonymous (a Red Cross volunteer, a server in a restaurant, a school teacher or college professor). The person should be someone of interest (or potential interest) not only to you but also to your readers.
Ok so u actually DO make cupcakes. I thought we were just fuckin around. I will place an order to your establishment. I love cupcakes for real. The order will be made under the name John Smith. At that point I will rate your cupcakes on a scale of 6-65 based on taste, appearance and mouth feel .I will then post my results to the comment section of the chive in hopes that my review of your cakes will help future chivers know which cakes they should order. Good day.
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Choosing a Subject. Give some serious thought to your choice of a subject--and feel free to solicit advice from family, friends, and co-workers. Remember that you re not at all obliged to choose a person who s socially prominent or who has had an obviously exciting life. Your task is to bring out what s interesting about your subject--no matter how ordinary this individual may at first appear.
Tax evasion has long been a problem for the IRS. Tax cheats cost both federal and state governments a significant share of tax revenue every year. Ever since the creation of the IRS, the government has continually employed measures to combat tax evasion by attempting to close off loopholes and administer penalties to tax offenders. Learn about the history of the IRS and history of taxes in the United States.
Students in the past have written excellent profiles on a wide array of subjects, ranging from librarians and store detectives to card sharks and shrimpers. Keep in mind, however, that the present occupation of your subject may be inconsequential the focus of the profile may instead be on your subject s involvement in some notable experience in the past: for example, a man who (as a sold vegetables door to door during the Depression, a woman who marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, a woman whose family operated a successful moonshine operation, a school teacher who performed with a popular rock band in the 6975s.