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Peter Singer: The why and how of effective altruism  If you're lucky enough to live without want, it's a natural impulse to be altruistic to others. But, asks philosopher Peter Singer, what's the most effective way to give? He talks through some surprising thought experiments to help you balance emotion and practicality -- and make the biggest impact with whatever you can share. NOTE: Starting at 0:30, this talk contains 30 seconds of graphic footage.

Peter Singer: The why and how of effective altruism If you're lucky enough to live without want, it's a natural impulse to be altruistic to others. But, asks philosopher Peter Singer, what's the most effective way to give? He talks through some surprising thought experiments to help you balance emotion and practicality -- and make the biggest impact with whatever you can share. NOTE: Starting at 0:30, this talk contains 30 seconds of graphic footage.


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An unusual pairing. Believe ME when I tell you it's a great album. "Through the Morning, Through the Night" is a stand out.

An unusual pairing. Believe ME when I tell you it's a great album. "Through the Morning, Through the Night" is a stand out.

Elliott Gould from the movie, "Mash." His poster was on my wall all through college.

Elliott Gould from the movie, "Mash." His poster was on my wall all through college.

Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger (Jamie Farr)Any man with a nose this big and enough class to pull that dress off, deserves to be my hero!

Facing the new year, reminded of Jamie Farr and Cpl. Klinger

Corporal Maxwell Q. Klinger (Jamie Farr)Any man with a nose this big and enough class to pull that dress off, deserves to be my hero!

M*A*S*H | The crazy docs of the 4077th ended their 11-year run with the now-iconic "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen." The two-and-a-half hour extravaganza saw many teary goodbyes (plus one huge one made of stones) as Hawkeye, BJ, and Hot Lips all headed back to their lives stateside. The fact that the finale remains the most-watched episode in TV history pretty much says it all. | TV Guide | Photo: 20th Century Fox/Everett Collection

M*A*S*H | The crazy docs of the 4077th ended their 11-year run with the now-iconic "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen." The two-and-a-half hour extravaganza saw many teary goodbyes (plus one huge one made of stones) as Hawkeye, BJ, and Hot Lips all headed back to their lives stateside. The fact that the finale remains the most-watched episode in TV history pretty much says it all. | TV Guide | Photo: 20th Century Fox/Everett Collection

Harry Morgan (born Harry Bratsberg,[1][2][3][4][5] often spelled Harry Bratsburg;[6][7][8][9] April 10, 1915 – December 7, 2011) was an American actor. He was widely known for his roles as Pete Porter in both December Bride (1954–1959) and Pete and Gladys (1960–1962); Officer Bill Gannon on Dragnet (1967–1970); Amos Coogan on Hec Ramsey (1972–1974); and Colonel Sherman T. Potter in M*A*S*H (1975–1983) and AfterMASH (1983–1984). Additionally, Morgan appeared in more than 100 films.

Harry Morgan (born Harry Bratsberg,[1][2][3][4][5] often spelled Harry Bratsburg;[6][7][8][9] April 10, 1915 – December 7, 2011) was an American actor. He was widely known for his roles as Pete Porter in both December Bride (1954–1959) and Pete and Gladys (1960–1962); Officer Bill Gannon on Dragnet (1967–1970); Amos Coogan on Hec Ramsey (1972–1974); and Colonel Sherman T. Potter in M*A*S*H (1975–1983) and AfterMASH (1983–1984). Additionally, Morgan appeared in more than 100 films.