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The NCAA policy is one we're taking seriously because it has potentially important ramifications on athletics at Urbana. I'm sure this proposed resolution will generate some discussion and debate.


Whatever character you play, remember they are always doing something. They are not just talking. They are alive; going through a drama in which they will go through some sort of dramatic human experience. Keywords: Alive and Experience. It is your job to make them become so. Anthing you do on stage or film has a direct relation to something you have experienced in one form or another in real life. Use your imagination to exaggerate or lessen that sensation. Then, disguise it in characterization and don't forget to make lots and lots of mistakes, and look like a complete asshole. You'll do fine. - acting tip on a movie or play


You don't step on stage to eat, you go there to be eaten.


My action figure is great! It's big and bald. It's very disturbing to look at a toy and see yourself. At the same time, it's very cool. - on his Shinzon action figure


Since last August the University of Illinois has taken a deliberative, measured approach to the NCAA policy, and that would appear to be what the NCAA is doing in this case. It's good that rather than try to rush to a decision shortly before the policy goes into affect, the NCAA says it is going to give some deliberative review to these appeals.


The Chief is performing at halftime of home football games. Unless something changes, that will be the case throughout the season.


Thanks for all the wonderful paintings and drawings and writings. I am very honoured to have your support, and love you for the energy and the inspiring work and comments that you bring to the table. - to fans


And I like people. I like to know what you're really up to. I'm a bit of a nosey busy body. Why do they do the things they do? Why are they prepared to do the things they do to get what they want? When? Where? Who? - on his nosiness


That really smells odd to me.


I think we'll have to see where the board of trustees wants to go.


We are praying we don't have an earthquake, ... This is money we've committed to sewer, street and other projects to meet the future needs of our city.


Board members have indicated their intention to take the appeal process to the next level.


It would be logical to conclude there will be a change of some kind in the status quo.


still sorting out the approach we want to take.


The character was like the Prince and the Pauper or more like Greystoke to me. He essentially has not had the same circumstances and experiences. Picard doesn't have the same baggage that Shinzon carries. So, that was more freeing. He is essentially an orphan and an abused child, who becomes an emperor. There were moves that I had to play with, that did not have anything to do with Picard. The whole film is about why they are not similar. So, the relationship had a ground basis to work from. - on Shinzon, his character from "Nemesis"


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