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Human Connection Essay

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When opening a magazine what is the first thing that anyone sees? That’s right ads. Not many people read magazines for their ads but because they hold information that the reader wishes to read about. Why so many ads then? Ads are a way that companies try to train your brain to buy their product. The way they do this is their silly little animals, such as the Aflac duck or the Gieco gecko, and they also draw you in with the colors. What most don’t know is that colors can play a huge role in ads because it will capture your eyes away from what you’re trying to read. Now one might ask themselves “why would the magazine want to distract me from my reading?” Because they get money from the companies who pay to put ads in the magazine. These ads that companies pay so much for can get a little confusing. From birds to lizards and even hot tubs, ads find funny ways to get into your heads but do these ads really relate to our lives? Ads can be both realistic and not; it depends on how one looks at it.
Figure 1 is an image of a brain. The brain is split down the middle, the left part of the brain looks to be grey scale and the back ground has faded web addresses in the background. The left part of the brain lacks detail and the part that does have detail are boring shapes that look as if younger child drew them. On the left side of the brain in normal text reads “I am the left brain. I am a scientist. A mathematician. I love familiar. I categorize. I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic. I am practical. Always in control. A master of words and language. Realistic. I calculate equations and play with numbers. I am order. I am logic. I know exactly who I am” (“Stella Coffee Products”). While the left brain is grey scale the right side is popping with color. The right hemisphere of the brains main colors are purple, red, orange, and green. Those colors are listed from top to bottom and appear to look as if painted on the brain and continues to the back ground. The base layer under the streaks is a floral pattern composed of all the colors listed with hints of blue and a little bit of black. It has a very artsy look to it. On the right side of the brain it talks about how it is the part of the brain that deals with creativity, passion, yearning, taste, hearing, color, touch, art, poetry, and put all together it controls ones imagination. If you look at the bottom right corner you would see what looks like a peace sign with the words “Mercedes Benz” next to it.
Figure 2 is only part of a woman’s face. All you can see is her nose, mouth, and part of her cheek bone. Her skin is a soft ivory that looks as smooth as a babies butt. Hanging out of her nostril is a scorpion. This isn’t a normal scorpion though, this scorpion is much smaller and made out of coffee beans. It appears to have eight legs and one of its claws is in her nose while the other one is on the outside. The body to the tail is composed of nine coffee beans that grown smaller as you go...

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