However, Arthur O’Shaughnessy was considered to be second rate, by several of his contemporaries, and especially critics. Wrote Buchanan, “When we take up the poems of Mr. O’Shaughnessy,** we are face to face with a second-hand Mr. Swinburne;”, and even his friend, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, wrote a cruel limerick mocking his literary aspirations: ‘there’s the Irishman Arthur O’Shaughnessy – / On the chessboard of poets a pawn is he: / Though a bishop or king / Would be rather the thing, / To the fancy of Arthur O’Shaughnessy.”
To be fair to Yankovic and other enthusiastic star-getters, agreeing to a nomination doesn't guarantee that a celeb will be approved — the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce chooses who will be awarded a star, and they say that they get around 300 applications a year , which have to be whittled down to 20-24 recipients, and there are probably a ton of humble luminaries who don't think they'll actually be selected. But Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jennifer Lawrence, Mark Hamill and Shonda Rhimes, who are among this year's recipients alongside Yankovic, probably felt at least a little qualified — more than the Rugrats and this guy , at least.
A comprehensive model has been put forth by Krakow and Zadra (2006) that includes four group treatment sessions, ~ to hr in length. The first two sessions focus on how nightmares are closely connected to insomnia and how they become an independent symptom or disorder that warrants individually tailored and targeted intervention. The last two sessions focus on the imagery system and how IRT can reshape and eliminate nightmares through a relatively straightforward process akin to cognitive restructuring via the human imagery system. First, the patient is asked to select a nightmare, but for learning purposes the choice would not typically be one that causes a marked degree of distress. Second, and most commonly, guidance is not provided on how to change the disturbing content of the dream; the specific instruction developed by Joseph Neidhardt is "change the nightmare anyway you wish" (Neidhardt et al., 1992). In turn, this step creates a "new" or "different" dream, which may or may not be free of distressing elements. Our instructions, unequivocally, do not make a suggestion to the patient to make the dream less distressing or more positive or to do anything other than "change the nightmare anyway you wish." Last, the patient is instructed to rehearse the "new dream" through imagery and to ignore the old . 234