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It was Les Lye and all those wacky guys who paved the way. So that they could maintain their regular routines, production occurred around school schedules. He just kept the old one back stage. There was about eight to 1- inches of green crud. It had grown on the top of this bucket of … stuff.
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There was mold. So, we had to get the scene , right? It did air in the U. And that was our mistake. That was really us just not being cognizant of the world of adoption. And so that was a bad show. That was just not being respectful.
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I care about my viewers: I don't care what their parents may want them to be, I care about them for what they are. Stewart, who was often called upon to embody characters who exhibited a strong moral center, won acclaim for films like Mr. In all, he made more than 80 movies. There, he received a degree in architecture in But pursuing that career seemed tenuous, as the country was in the midst of the Great Depression.
Instead, Stewart decided to follow his interest in acting, joining a theater group in Falmouth, Massachusetts after graduating and rooming with fellow aspiring actor Henry Fonda. After a brief turn on Broadway, he landed a contract with MGM for motion picture work. His film debut, as a cub reporter in The Murder Man , was released in After the draft was introduced in , Stewart received notice that he was number out of a pool of , annual citizens selected for service.
The problem? Stewart was six foot, three inches and a trim pounds—five pounds under the minimum weight for enlistment.
So he went home, ate everything he could, and came back to weigh in again. Thanks to his interest in aviation, Stewart was already a pilot when he went to war; he received additional flight training but wound up being sidelined for two years stateside even though he kept insisting he be sent overseas to fight. He filmed a recruitment short film, Winning Your Wings , in , which was screened in theaters in the hopes it could drive enlistment.
Finally, in November , he was dispatched to England, where he participated in more than 20 combat missions over Germany. His accomplishments earned him the Distinguished Flying Cross with two Oak Leaf clusters, among other honors, making him the most decorated actor to participate in the conflict. The actor did as suggested, and the Oscar remained there for 25 years. After a long career in film through the s, s, and s, Stewart turned to television.
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You Can’t Do That! – Mick Kolassa & Mark Telesca
Consider for example a series of studies that I conducted with my colleague Fiery Cushman at Harvard University. In these studies, participants were asked to read short stories about people facing a series of problems such as a car breaking down on the way to the airport. They were then asked to make judgments about what would be possible or impossible for a person to do in that situation. The critical manipulation was that half of the participants were asked to make judgments very quickly, in about one second, which prevented them from having time to reflect, and forced them to rely on their default way of thinking about what was possible.
The other half were asked to reflect before deciding whether something was possible.
‘But you can’t do that!’ Why immoral actions seem impossible
Then both groups were asked about a set of different possibilities, some of which were completely ordinary like taking a taxi , and others of which were immoral like taking a taxi without paying. For the ordinary actions, there was no real difference: naturally, people judged ordinary actions to be possible whether they answered quickly or had time to reflect.
There was a striking difference, however, for immoral actions.