No, do you know where Alabama is?
I never bring my business life home. I once let her [his wife] read a script and she said ‘Don’t do it. It’s no good.’ And it was the biggest hit I was ever in—‘Inherit the Wind’. So I decided to not let her read any more [scripts].
The late actor Tony Randall, explaining why he never discussed his career with his wife [he also admitted he could never act in a play in front of her, as it was the only time he would be nervous], in a 1974 appearance on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
. In the September 1974 interview he also lamented the then recent death of actress Katharine Cornell
[Their mind was focused] on wanting to work, if you had a goal, especially. And I pity anyone that doesn’t have a goal.
Lauren Bacall, in a 1980 Tonight Show appearance, explaining how she disliked school, mainly because she already had a goal to be an actress—and school was not a means for her to achieve that goal.
Really, though, Gamergate is exactly what it appears to be: a relatively small and very loud group of video game enthusiasts who claim that their goal is to audit ethics in the gaming-industrial complex and who are instead defined by the campaigns of criminal harassment that some of them have carried out against several women. (Whether the broader Gamergate movement is a willing or inadvertent semi-respectable front here is an interesting but ultimately irrelevant question.) None of this has stopped it from gaining traction: Earlier this month, Gamergaters compelled Intel to pull advertising from a gaming site critical of the movement, and there’s no reason to think it will stop there.