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156/365 - WATCH FOR THE BOOM
156/365 – WATCH FOR THE BOOM Day 156 of the 365 Journey. After last night’s shoot I spent a few minutes cleaning up like usual. I’m usually pretty anal about ensuring that this huge boom stand that I have is either put away or the boom is high enough to keep from splitting someone’s head open; namely mine! As I was cleaning up, I looked at the boom and thought to myself, “Ok that’s next”. No sooner did I get a few other things put away, I turned around, stood up and BAAAAAAAM! Right into the FRICKEN boom! REALLY? ARE YOU SERIOUS?! The pain shot through my head instantly. My teeth clinched and I quickly grabbed my head expecting to find pools of blood streaming down like Niagara Falls! I rushed into the bathroom, looked into the mirror and all I saw was this little bitty cut. As I stood there for a second, I realized that it was now starting to swell. Quicker then I could blink I headed into the medicine cabinet looking for the band aids, down to thee freezer for an ice cube and over to the couch to relax for a min. So now I have this fricken cut smack dab in the middle of my forehead! COME OOOOOON! SERIOUSLY??! Yep…seriously! Moral of the story, when you think about moving the boom (or the table, chair, hot iron, cord, cable, hammer…..bowling ball, whatever) you should probably do it right then and there. By the time you finally “get to it” it may already be too late! Trust me, you don’t want a hammer in the middle of our head! Strobist: Shutter Speed 1/160 Aperture 2.8 ISO 100 Lens – Tamron 28-70 2.8 Focal Length – 65MM White Bal – Auto 580exII at 1/16 power in front of subject left approx 3 ft with 45’’ Shoot thru umbrella at 45 degree angle. 580exII at 1/16 power in front of subject right approx 3 ft with 45’’ Shoot thru umbrella at 45 degree angle. Flashpoint Monolight 1220 at 1/8 power with gridded snoot aimed at 45 degree angle at the rear of subject head – Right. Flashpoint Monolight 1820 at 1/8 power with gridded snoot aimed at 45 degree angle at the rear of subject head – Left.Onward Is Our Aim 1912
Onward Is Our Aim. June 1912. From left to right: Anna Peterson, Frank Kline, Georgia Phillips, Lester Squires, Josephine Bennett, Alice Watts, Kathryn Desinger, Harry Barnes, Esther Kuenzi, Harvey Kuenzi, Amy Squires, Mary Shepard, Margaret Peterson, Roland Kuenzi Source: City website photo 54 Beaverton, OR This was a fairly common class motto in the early half of the 1900's.
In these three Tanner lectures, distinguished ethical theorist Allan Gibbard explores the nature of normative thought and the bases of ethics. In the first lecture he explores the role of intuitions in moral thinking and offers a way of thinking about the intuitive method of moral inquiry that both places this activity within the natural world and makes sense of it as an indispensable part of our lives as planners. In the second and third lectures he takes up the kind of substantive ethical inquiry he has described in the first lecture, asking how we might live together on terms that none of us could reasonably reject. Since working at cross purposes loses fruits that might stem from cooperation, he argues, any consistent ethos that meets this test would be, in a crucial way, utilitarian. It would reconcile our individual aims to establish, in Kant's phrase, a "kingdom of ends." The volume also contains an introduction by Barry Stroud, the volume editor, critiques by Michael Bratman (Stanford University), John Broome (Oxford University), and F. M. Kamm (Harvard University), and Gibbard's responses.See also:
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