Young people look at the arguments about what causes dogs. to be dangerous. This film includes a short video shot on location in Charlton, and an interview with Natalie Dexter from The Dogs Trust.
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Eight-time Academy Award nominee and Honorary Oscar recipient Peter O’Toole has announced he’s retiring from acting after almost 60 years in the business!
The 79-year-old, who is best known for his iconic role in Lawrence of Arabia, released a statement on the matter that reads:
“It is time for me to chuck in the sponge. To retire from films and stage. The heart for it has gone out of me: it won’t come back. My professional acting life, stage and screen, has brought me public support, emotional fulfillment and material comfort…. However, it’s my belief that one should decide for oneself when it is time to end one’s stay. So I bid the profession a dry-eyed and profoundly grateful farewell.”
And we’re grateful for your contributions to the entertainment world too, sir!
We imagine many actors would be thrilled to have a career lasting just a third of his and, quite frankly, we’re pretty amazed he’s been performing as long as he has. If you’ve ever seen 2006′s Venus, then you’d know he never lost his touch either.
Fans will be sad to see him go, but at least they have 92 titles to choose from if they ever want to watch his work again.
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Just a few weeks shy of his 80th birthday, Peter O’Toole says he’s done acting. “It’s time for me to chuck in the sponge,” he announced today. “To retire from stage and screen. The heart for it has gone out of me; it won’t come back.” The iconic actor played…
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The photo above is of Trayvon Martin‘s memorial site. Earlier this year, he was shot on his way home from buying iced tea and skittles.
Around 2:50 ET Friday, George Zimmerman, the volunteer watchman accused of murdering Trayvon, was released from Florida’s Seminole County Jail after posting his $ 1M bond.
While the bail was originally set to be $ 150,000, the judge raised the price after realizing he failed to disclose the amount of donations he and his wife received from the public.
In the judge’s mind, if he’s forced to pay higher bail, the chances of him fleeing the country are slim to none. Makes sense to us! But still… knowing he’s walking free (for the time being) is pretty unsettling.
We were one of the first to discuss this horrible case, and our stomachs are still sick over it. It’s extremely important that justice is served here.
We hope the police keep a close eye on this guy…
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