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(In the interests of full disclosure, I should acknowledge that Smith is a law school classmate of mine. I didn’t know him long or well, but knew him long enough and well enough to say that he knows what he’s doing.)Labor negotiations are about positioning, and both Goodell and Smith have played their hands well so far.Both have come across as savvy and reasonable, which is twice as many savvy and reasonable people as you sometimes see at the negotiating table.Goodell has proposed extending the season to 18 games, which is sheer genius. The proposal gives him an artificial bargaining chip in the upcoming labor negotiations.
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5. Mike Birbiglia’s sensitive, funny, sad, honest film Don’t Think Twice, which has more affection for and understanding of a certain kind of comedy person than perhaps any piece of fiction that’s ever been written about them. It’s got a killer cast including Keegan Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, and Birbiglia himself, and it got some of the best reviews of the year deservedly so.
His constant need to challenge convention, be it that of society or pure visual makes his images a treat to the eye and mind even a century later.”In Man Ray’s work, a visitor can observe readymade references to painting, writing, sculpture and theatre, as well as historically meaningful elements of fashion. What is surprising is that even after having been familiar with his visual language all these years, I still find it refreshing and intriguing,” reflects Foss on his own enduring fondness for the artist’s work. “Because of his unique experimental quality and his playful approach while creating conceptual works as well as portraits, Man Ray’s work never ceases to raise questions.