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Month: March 2018

Six Types of Human Values

Human beings need different things to live in this world. However, nothing in this world is available free of cost. Everything has a price and one has to pay the right price to get ones need satisfied. However, we value the things based on our needs and the needs depends on the basis of our value system. First, there are basic necessities like food, water, air, shelter, and clothing without which survival of the body itself is not possible. However, once these necessities are satisfied, man moves to satisfy his higher needs like the social needs, security needs or the need of self-actualization. However, every person does not follow the same path as his path would depend on the inherent values of the person. These inherent values are acquired by the man by virtue of his nature and also by his nurture. The effect of the family, society, nation and individual makes every person unique as he develops a unique set of values. These values decide the priority and lifestyle of the person. The values make the personality of the person and decide the growth of the individual, family, society, nation and the humanity. 1. Individualistic Values The most inherent value of a person is individualistic which means valuing the self over anything else in the world. This is also the most natural value which is inherent in every...

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Family Guy: A Top 5 List of Satirical Episodes

One of the most irreverent and openly crude shows on network television these days is Family Guy. The Family Guy fan base is vast, almost as large as its detractors, and when the show went off the air in 2002, it took only three years of amazing DVD sales and Adult Swim ratings to bring it back. One of the keys to the Family Guy formula is to take key points from 80 years of popular culture and poke fun and satirize. The list of amazing Family Guy episodes is huge, but when you’ve got 75 episodes to go through, where do you start (that is of course if you decide not to watch every single episode five times). Some of the best episodes from the Family Guy archive are those that take the most ravenous attitude towards that which they satirize. Without further ado, the top five satirical episodes of Family Guy 1. There’s Something About Paulie -Season 2. In this send up of the mobster mentality in which Peter is enlisted to see that Big Fat Paulie, a Jersey mobsters relative is taken care of during his visit to Quahog, when he accidentally gets Paulie to put a hit out on Lois. Chaos ensues, ending in the Godfather’s daughter’s wedding and a Tiramisu. Classic family guy humor with some solid asides. 2. Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington...

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