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In an odd way, all the appliances that the advertisers put out there, and said, `Buy this brand-new stove!', `Buy the fridge!' `Make Jell-O!', all that horrible nutrition that came up because of instant pudding, Jell-O, fish sticks, TV dinners, all of that that I had before dismissed as the death of our culture -- I realized that housewives wanted these things, because they wanted time back, ... A washing machine gave them time to do something else. It gave them time to read a book. ... A woman didn't want to cook all day. These things that were sold to Americans were actually a gift, in a very strange way. I really enjoyed having to blow that notion out of my head.

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Steven Ross has concurred that this plan will meet the Office of Human Rights' concern and will disperse the (English as a Second Language) population across the district.

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It's a bit of a trade-off. It's exciting to see the new ruins and get that information, but at the same time, fire can destroy these sites.

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The movie is really walking a very delicate line. Because I don't want to look like I'm condoning staying in a marriage like that. And I'm not saying that it's right that women at the time had no choice but to stay in the home and raise kids, but at the same time, I wanted to celebrate the fact that she was a deeply intelligent, insightful, strong woman who found joy in that situation.

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There is a trend toward making jobs more mobile and permitting employees to have remote access to work from home.

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We had a couple glitches in the beginning with the machines. But there were no major problems. I think the only major issue was intimidation with the machines. Some people tried to make it harder than it was.

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[Anderson understands that Evelyn runs the risk of seeming a little too saintly.] That's why the character of Tuff is such a great sounding board, because she's the one who says, `How can you bear it?' ... And Evelyn Ryan, being who she was, could find satisfaction in any situation that she was living in. She found the magic, and the profundity, in the act of raising children. And, oh man, I couldn't do that.

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I think the reason she's done so many of these films is because the '50s is such a rich era for describing the journey of a woman,

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The two other parts [Moore] played from the '50s are so different from Evelyn Ryan. The character she played in The Hours was a woman who fled the oppression of her home. Evelyn Ryan stayed. She chose to brave it out, because she was determined to make sure every one of those 10 kids of hers made it out of that house intact. It's heroic.

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The biggest concern among employers is figuring out how they'll know if you're productive.

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