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At 49, Nicolas Cage has enjoyed a pretty successful career in Hollywood, both as an actor and a producer. But he’s now pointing a finger at the industry for discriminating against a certain breed of actors. And his accusations stem from none other than Cage’s young wife, 39-year-old Alice Kim.
Cage recently wrapped up his latest film, Outcast, for which most of the crew was Chinese. When doing an interview to promote the film, Cage slammed Hollywood for not offering viable lead roles for male actors of Asian descent. “I hope that we will see more Chinese actors in American... (more)
...blinds, and I immediately dropped to my knees and cried, begging for my job. He mercifully let me off the hook with a stern warning. My co-workers saw me leave his office with puffy eyes and rug-burned knees, and they assumed that I had performed oral sex to save my job. The rumors and gossip spread throughout the office, and now I’m seen as the office slut. The women look at me contemptuously, and the men look at me perversely. People just won’t stop talking about it. How can I stop the gossip and restore my dignity?
Ruined by Rumors... (more)
...damage or would cause him anguish or fear. Unethical speech can also be speech that will incite or increase the listener's ill feelings against another person.
Have you been the victim of Unethical Speech? Do you find yourself engaging in repeating information about others that deep down you know could hurt them? Do you find gossip irresistible? Watch this presentation for information about Unethical Speech and how to stop this damaging habit.
With a little training and some mindfulness, you can be on your way to speaking ethically and encourage others to do the same.(more)
The evil tongue The damage is doneDid you have fun?None of what you said was trueBut who knew? Except for youYou made it all upAll the evil stuffYou watched me cryDid you even try?All because of a stupid lieEven if it were trueI’d still feel this hate towards youIt will heal but it is strongWhat you did was wrongWords go a long wayThey can create or betrayYou may not realize the power of your wordsThey stab like swordsSo next time don’t let words slideKeep them insideWhere they should hide(more)
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