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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Alan Alda
Professor Alan Alda has a homework assignment for scientists. Yes, that Alan Alda.
Producer Ryan Murphy paid tribute at the International Emmy Awards to television legends Norman Lear and Alan Alda, whose cutting-edge, socially conscious shows in the `70s paved the way for his own shows like "Glee" and "The New Normal."
Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy paid tribute at the International Emmy Awards Monday night to television legends Norman Lear and Alan Alda, whose cutting-edge, socially-conscious shows in the `70s changed the face of television.
Harry Morgan never planned to be an actor, yet he spent 10 years on one of the top TV series of all time, made 50 films and appeared on Broadway. He became one of the best-known character actors in Hollywood.
She replied, "oxidation," which left him just as puzzled.
"This contest probably gives people the impression that it's a teaching tool for kids," Alda said. "That's a happy by-product, but it really is a tool for scientists to take a complex question and explain it in a way the rest of us can understand."