This Horatian satire jokes on how deniers do not even believe in global warming, whether it be natural or manmade. They ignore a problem that is occurring in the world today, causing one to laugh at the ignorance. As a Horatian satire, it was effective in causing a laugh at the ignorance some people can be.
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…
Its shows that boss treat employee badly 1. Horatian satire 2.Boss won't give them more wages employees who work well. 3.It satirize the boss the rich people. 4.I hate people who just know money. 5.It is. let boss know his employee is unhappy,
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!"
This Horatian satire raised much laughter as it mocked people who are against using wind as a cleaner energy than coal. They mock how people believe that using wind as an energy source is "harmful" to the environment compared to coal. One can assume that people who support using coal don't know how damaging it is to the earth, causing this satire to be effective in showing how ridiculous supporters of using coal for energy sound.
Drought Satire Horatian Satire because it is stating that the CA drought results in expensive water in a humorous way. It is exaggerating the expense of water saying its $10 per sip when it's really not.
27 Powerful Images That Sum up How Smartphones Are Ruining Our Lives
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.
Secretary Of Agriculture Attends Diplomatic Meeting With Foreign Cabbage
This is a horatian satire which described a conference between US Official and a Slovenian Cabbage. It satires the productivity of government officials through all these conferences and meetings. I sometimes became unproductive and do things just like "conference with cabbage". My reaction to this satire is purely amusing. The goal of this satire is to joke about conferences, and it is a successful satire.
Many people use their phones at the dinner table instead of directly communicating with their family. They play games or post photos and are uninvolved with the people eating with them. Type: Horatian- The image produces a wry smile, not anger.