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Science in a moment but first because you've done so much television movie it's overwhelming for the reserves -- -- -- for -- if you don't mind.
Okay there -- certainly help we would love to do a little word association game no I'd be glad to see that go ahead so what to do is we're going to put up a picture and mentioned and -- you tell us first thing that pops into your head when we mention.
Wayne Rogers yeah I love actually we have the picture -- only I'm hoping that'll pop up.
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Do you watch a lot of Fox News Channel needs to have financial stuff at once in awhile but I can never find a new have been scheduled so -- to be a scientist defined -- -- I -- I did.
Right all right let's stop talking to yourself west wing Martin she -- -- he's terrific he's really funny.
He tell -- tells funny stories that are really X amount tells -- story about -- a friend of his who back so bulls over backwards.
And Marten falls over backward in his head it's like -- he's.
It kind of becomes a character right you have talked to me it is fair to kind of -- you know he's -- what he's.
Very he loves to laugh and joke right up until that time the cameras -- -- switches and he's the guy again but about Leonardo DiCaprio.
He's he's been very his studious -- his work very serious.
Studious really and it's because we hear stories about him in the gossip what it -- little I don't -- -- what are you read what is usually but don't he's a young man he just loves to have fun at all and -- yeah I never saw him have -- -- fun and you had to -- These new in the aviator together and you did it work for them.
I did I did it was he was a really really good -- to -- -- very serious and very very involved -- what he was doing unlike Steve.
You let you put it on that movie let's look at 30 Rock Tina -- -- Tina Fey is adorable she's so good as an actress and what a brilliant writer -- -- -- an amazing I love I watched that show.
He ought to do it and put it on Netflix and I watch it for about 45 hours at a time -- -- that's the best thing to do with all of us and it is the good people who by the commercial little excess.
And now finally this let's association what do you see here take a look at the screen Alec Baldwin -- this -- -- ink blot.
Well I'm not gonna say anything -- on television that's.
Having Jerry is well and -- not -- -- not well it's obviously a pelvic area.
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He Himalaya show that's so early anymore I had is that -- are ready for work best.
Yet you are involved in the world science festival it's ongoing right now tells a little bit about we had such a great opening night last night and wonderful show -- you'll you'll mind Joshua Bell and scientists it was a mix of science and arts.
Which a lot of people don't think go together and last night boy we really really prove that it was spectacular and the whole rest of the week.
It's going to be.
A mix of science and art.
And for -- since.
I think it's.
I think it tonight I'm gonna go tonight to see -- -- -- Smith.
Impersonate to great scientists you know she does she listens today tapes and interviews and and then she becomes these people.
And then Charlie Rose will interview Harold Varmus about those people can be a fascinating makes him.
Art and science though who is -- grown up you love science but I always thought a guy that was acting needed to the arts would have to make a choice that's what I thought when I was in high school that was what -- prevailing thought was.
And it's not true.
You know you know.
Then that there's something about art that needs -- you've got to be rigorous not just any color will do not just any musical note will -- got to be very precise.
And it's something about science that requires creativity.
-- you -- they both need what the other is known for and they both need both element.
They do I'm so glad you're an advocate for the arts is that she's the first thing that's cut in -- -- I'm not sure about -- maybe I'd never do you say that I never knew that to you invented a lazy Susan like refrigerators you can't.
When I was ten years old they have -- figured you could put a lazy Susan in a refrigerator and and you could get what's in the bag.
Without reaching and ranked team that's really do what I -- -- you can have -- so success I could have just -- that would have been so well -- to prevent.
Well let me actually our company made one of those a few years later the not so.
And and it and I think they stop -- Ahmed because I think there was ketchup flying multi -- -- -- you've checked out.
You're New York the world science festival -- although it was a pleasure you go to world science -- dot com and everything I thank you saw what I would hang me and I can't thank you seem very mixer and give.
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