She talks about how she is new to Seattle, and how disappointing her experience her was with the EMP museum. The fact that the museum covered nothing of interest that she or anyone else would like to know. It became a glorified museum and not an educational building to teach people how music evolved and started. Jackie chooses to classify the Experience Music Project as a complete failure and a huge let down or a disappointing failure. She goes over the failures and why they are failures by discussing how they don’t help viewers understand the historical developments or historical context, or how jazz paved the way for rock and roll. She goes on further by stating how they are about the hands on experience and dressing up fake people and creating little entertainment, when there is much more that they could add to it and use this place as a educational building. AGAIN she talks about them playing the boring dull music instead of the popular music that progressed through history. She talks about them dressing up fake people as glorified Elvis and Janis Joplin. They needed to put plaques up on the walls displaying these artists great achievements. The alternative that she provides for this argument and the museum is that they should quit with the cheap show crap and move on to bigger educational displays with more facts and history on music and how it developed and evolved into what it is today. She chooses to treat them by stating new and more ideas to help bring in and educate the customers especially the major music lovers. Although people can and will object to her argument just like any other argument that there isn’t the funding to do things like that or that things are fine just the way that they are. The biggest thing that I find persuasive about her argument is how she explains in detail exactly what she was looking for and how excited she was. It reminded me of a little kid heading to a museum or theme...