‘Why do you read law?’ If only I could answer, ‘Why wouldn’t I read law,’ in an interview. #shortbreak009 — Never actually tried it and don’t think I ever will. Calculated the risks involved and it seemed irrational in my circumstances.
Breaks are essential to maintain our best performance. Hence, I didn’t stipulate how short is a ‘short’ break
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My first cousin, by the way, on my father's mother side was John Marshall Harlan, who was a Supreme Court justice, as was his grandson. And I think a lot of my fight and my work to struggle for fairness and the techniques of theater and in subject matter probably stems in some way from some sense I have of his issues in life.
Australia has embraced migrants from all different races, making us one of the most multiracial nations on earth. Most have assimilated and are proud to call themselves Australians, accepting our culture, beliefs and laws. I welcome them from the bottom of my heart. As they integrate and assimilate, the disruption caused by diversity diminishes.