O.K. There are many similarities between the articles that we read for tomorrow. The things I have noticed are 1. They discuss family background and upbringing, often quoting from family members. 2. articles follow the profile through their careers, noting failed careers and past jobs. 3. The articles use quotes from other people who know the subjects well, and add to the sense of a person. 4. Jokes and skits are used to give a sense of a person and their outward personality. 5. There is often a controversy about the person or their career, and this is highlighted by given two sides or opinions of the subject. 6. The end of the article is a quote by the profile which sums up the person, their view on life, or their main personality. This quote leaves the reader with the essence of the profile. 7. The articles all use block paragraphs and the paragraphs aren't too long. The one sentence paragraphs really stick out, though, and convey something important or intimate about the person. 8. Also noted, these articles are all hilarious. I was laughing as I read them. The articles are funny because the subjects are funny, but the Simpson's article on Meyer is slightly more serious because the content of Meyer himself is more serious. This article I feel is the most effective because, although still funny, I think it conveys a more personal, out of the box view of Meyer. It describes his discontent and perfectionism which follows him throughout his life. This is the kind of thing that not everyone would know about him, or even expect. It is shocking and comforting at the same time. In a way, it reminded me of Lincoln's Melancholy.