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What is happiness? To me, happiness is a good, warm feeling that gives people hope and replenishes their soul after going through hard times. Predict what you think the story will be about. I think it will relate to euphoria. However, because you told us it was a dystopian story, I think it will be about an end to euphoria, or something ruining euphoria.

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What is happiness? To me, happiness is a good, warm feeling that gives people hope and replenishes their soul after going through hard times. Predict what you think the story will be about. I think it will relate to euphoria. However, because you told us it was a dystopian story, I think it will be about an end to euphoria, or something ruining euphoria.

What characteristics of dystopian literature are present in this story? In The Euphio Question, an element of dystopian literature that is present, is that the citizens are under the illusion that the euphio will be a definite way to bring them euphoria when it actually brings more bad than good. What happened when they used the machine that made them think twice about sharing it with the rest of the world? It gave them an intense high which caused them to neglect what they were supposed to do, even what they needed to do to survive.

They pretty much overdosed on happiness, which turned out to be extremely dangerous. It had the same effects as if they took cocaine or another form of hard drugs.

What is ironic about comparing a room full of people that had been in total euphoria for the past two days to people from a death camp? It is ironic that they are comparing a room full of people that have been in euphoria for two days, to people from a concentration camp, because euphoria was supposed to be a good thing, yet it had the same conclusion as if they were sent to a death camp, which is obviously not a good place.

How do you know? In other words, what is the theme of the story? If we could experience happiness all the time, on demand, how would we be able to tell the difference between sadness and happiness? Or better put, how could we cope with only knowing happiness? Breaking it down, happiness comes after a period of an absence of happiness, basically sadness or anger. Controlling it, having it all the time, it becomes just another feeling.

A normal feeling. Another, would be that too much of a good thing, is sometimes really not that good. The characters that were intoxicated by this euphio, exhibited similar signs to that of drug users or people who have addiction and have no control.

List the pros and cons of having something like Euphio available for all people to access? Overall, similar side effects of drugs. Has your thinking changed? If so, how? If not, why not? Write it down. No, my thinking has not changed.

I think my definition was close to what the story was supposed to bring to light. The fact that happiness is supposed to come to you and save you from sadness so that you can fully appreciate the happiness that is brought to you.

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For example, if a store had just been robbed, three people claimed to witness it, and they all choose the same suspect out of five suspects, then this unanimous decision can be considered almost completely legitimate. However, if in the same situation, except with witnesses, a unanimous decision would almost certainly be wrong. This is due inferred due to numerous causes, such as decisions being affected by what others chose, and unreliability of memory. Sometimes, things appear too good to be true, and they oftentimes are. Vonnegut uses the Federal Communications Commission to not only convey, but to amplify the serious political consequences of a machine like the euphio ever existing. The world, at the invention of nuclear weapons, became paranoid that a nuclear war could wipe out humanity in a few hours.

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Lew Harrison, who looked like an anarchist with his red eyes and fierce black beard, had been writing furiously in one corner of the room. Is happiness an emotion that endures, that has to be earned and pleasure a temporary reaction to something that makes you feel good.? If we could experience happiness all the time, on demand, how would we be able to tell the difference between sadness and happiness? I see that this set on the table before you is, in fact, equipped with clockwork. Overall, similar side effects of drugs. And the euphiio reason why they got out of their state of euphoria was because the power had cut off the supply of the machine. I walked in here on a Sunday night.

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