Optimistic people adapt easier to change, are more creative, have more fun and are healthier then pessimistic ones. They live longer too. Think about it, looking for innovation? Think optimism, that’s one way to get there.. Still, there has been some pushback on whether Hollywood has to step up its game. Actor WIll Smith, who is in the best actor race for his NFL medical drama “Concussion,” recently argued he has rarely faced racism in the film business. And legendary director William Friedkin (“The Exorcist,” “The French Connection”) has thrown cold water on the notion that minorities and women don get the same opportunities as whites behind the camera.
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Bashir is a creative writing professor at Reed College and a consummate artist who can’t be contained by the page. “Field Theories” is a finalist for the Stafford/Hall Award for Poetry. “Fetch” With Nicole Georges 30:45 What do we owe the pets in our lives when they don’t make our lives easy? And what can we gain from taking care of these animal companions despite their foibles? These are some of the questions illustrator and comic book artist Nicole Georges asked when writing her graphic memoir “Fetch: How a Bad Dog Brought Me Home.” The book focuses on Georges’ symbiotic relationship with a spirited, neurotic and sometimes fearfully aggressive dog named Beija, and it’s a contender for the Oregon Book Award for Graphic Literature.
This study includes 248 MPMs with an occupational exposure defined as either ‘definite’ or ‘probable’ or ‘possible’.Results The participants had finished working in asbestos exposure conditions more than 20years ago (on average 26.111.0years). The fibre burden resulted with a geometric mean equal to 2.0 (95% CI 1.6 to 2.4) million fibres per gram of dry lung tissue. The burden was higher among participants employed in asbestos textiles industry and in shipyards with insulation material, if compared with construction workers or non asbestos textile workers or participants working in chemicals or as auto mechanics.