I think this means that if you are different you can still fit in.
I wasn’t very close to what was actually going on in the picture, although I did mention that there were mannequins in the store window. I didn’t realize that the elephant was for a movie. I also didn’t see the man behind him that was holding a microphone.
I wasn’t close at all to what the picture was. I thought that it was a statue or a stray elephant from the circus or zoo. However the actual picture was of a movie being made. I was surprised at how not seeing something in a picture or seeing a picture without context can totally change your view of the picture. One of the only things that I got right was that there were mannequins and that it was set in new york.
I don't really think I had anything in common with what actually happen, but the one thing I can think is that I said the elephant was real, and it is (I know some people said that the elephant might be a statue). I didn't get the part about how it was for a movie, or that the some of the mannequins were people. So, all in all I don't think I was even close.
I did not get very many things right. The only thing I got right was that the people in the windows are mannequins. Also, I said that people are looking at the elephant. The description said that the people and mannequins were reacting to the elephant.
I was kind of right my second guess was that the elephant was for a movie. But I didn't guess that there was a man trailing the elephant and that he had a megaphone. I was also right about the fact that the things in the window were mannequins.
I didn’t have very many similarities. I was right about the mannequins, and that people didn’t seem too interested in the elephant, but that’s about it. I did realize that it could be a movie when I was responding to a previous comment, but I never even thought about what could be behind the elephant, let alone there being a man with a megaphone following it.
I didn’t do so well with my educated guess at what was happening, I would have never knew it was for a scene in a movie and the people were reacting to the elephant. It gave no evidence that it was a scene for a movie because even in the window I could see no reflection of a camera or a bunch of equipment that may have been evidence that I could guess that they were filming a movie.
I was kind-of close because in my answer I said that the people were dressed in old clothes and in the actual thing it said that it was in 1980. I didn’t put that it was for a movie so I wasn’t very close. The thing I did get right is that it was in New York. I also included the part about how everyone was reacting to the elephant but I think that was pretty obvious. Anyways, I got a couple things right, just not the main part which was it was for a movie.
New York Times How I DidI was sort of close on some of the parts but entirely incorrect on others. It would have been easier to guess if the photographer had taken a picture of the guy with the megaphone I could have been closer to getting the correct answer. I never would have guessed that it was for a movie. Maybe if I had looked closer there would have been something that would suggest that it was a movie.
I think my response was pretty close to the actual answer. In my response I did say that the mannequins could actually be people, and that was partly right because they are live mannequins. Another thing that I was right about was that they were trying to show how the people were just rushing through, and not not noticing the three ton animal standing there beside them. One thing I definitely didn't think of was that it wasn't the whole picture, it was missing a man standing behind the elephant with a megaphone yelling “please keep walking and react to the elephant.” Another thing I didn't think of was that the elephant was there for a movie, who would've guessed?
How I did in NYT #1I didn’t do well ,because I thought the man was holding a stolen wallet and was a thief when it wasn't. I also thought the elephant was trying to fit in and people were not worrying about it like it was normal and that's not right because there was a missing piece and it had a man with a mega phone telling people to notice the elephant. So I did not do well in NYT #1.
My guess was not close to what really happened in the picture. I would never have thought about an elephant being part of a movie. Even if I say the man walking behind, I might have thought it was his pet or something. When I looked at the mannequins, I thought they were real, but I didn’t write that in my comment or what I printed.
I said that the elephant might have escaped a zoo. I was thinking that it could have been for a movie, but I didn’t write it. I was right that the mannequins on the left were actual people. I really only got the mannequin thing right, I wasn’t very close.
My guess wasn’t very close to what was actually happening in this picture. I didn’t guess that this was for a movie and I definitely didn’t guess that there was a man walking behind the elephant with a megaphone saying “Please keep walking and react to the elephant.” That is almost impossible to guess since you can’t even see the man. But I did think that some of the mannequins in the store window where actually people, so I did get one thing right.
How I did in the New York times #1I thought that the man in the jacket was a thief and stole the wallet in his hand, but he wasn't. I think part of the reason that I was wrong is that this isn't the full picture. There's a man behind the elephant saying notice the elephant for a movie, and I didn't get that part.
How I did #1:I was SO off. I thought that the elephant was stray or from the circus. I thought that the mannequins were real people. I thought the band was part of the elephant. (Of course) I didn't know that somebody had a megaphone behind the elephant. I didn't know it was for a film. I had no clue.
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