Now that the light shines brightly on this exposed industry what will we choose to see?
I misjudged you. I’m sorry.
Many tend to think of Churchill as a great man of fortitude, foresight and forthrightness.
I have to ask: Why is the death of 3,000,000 people less than a footnote in Churchill’s version of history?
I started to wonder what this meant for the over 300,000 Jews of France now that the Nazis had taken over.
A basic rule for awarding status should be that they are reserved for individuals who reach great heights of accomplishment in their fields of mastery.
Rocky is not real and has not reached any heights or accomplished anything. He should not get a statue.
The CIA wants to save lives and in doing so may have to make decisions that you or I would never want to make and the press needs to call out the CIA if they have gone too far.
Rather than take sides, accept that sometimes this is how conflicts with such high stakes are resolved…it’s just the way it has to be.
The track record of sequels is not good… So why will more than 200 sequels be made between now and 2020?
“The only phrase I’ve ever disliked is, ‘Why, we’ve always done it that way,’ “… “I always tell young people, ‘Go ahead and do it. You can always apologize later.’ “
Gladwell concludes: “Golf is crack cocaine for rich white guys.”
My heart tells me that we all have a “marble machine” inside of us. We are all creative. Nobody is a blank slate.
Gladwell describes his podcast as:
“…a journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time…Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.”