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He was educated at Wampus Elementary School, Harold C.Crittenden Junior High School (both in Armonk), and Pleasantville High School, where he was elected "Class Clown" in 1965.He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Haverford College in 1969.Barry began his journalism career in 1971, working as a general-assignment reporter for the Daily Local News in West Chester, Pennsylvania, near his alma mater, Haverford College.The movie was originally due for release in September 2001 but was postponed following the September 11, 2001, attacks because the story involved smuggling a nuclear weapon onto an airplane. In response to a column in which Barry mocked the cities of Grand Forks, North Dakota, and East Grand Forks, Minnesota, for calling themselves the "Grand Cities", Grand Forks named a sewage pumping station after Barry in January 2002.Barry traveled to Grand Forks for the dedication ceremony. Getting the right one can be a lovely accessory to an outfit. And there are times when you'd rather do without them. There are many types and often the ones that look the nicest are completely unpractical.” ― “Just the other day, I was in my neighborhood Starbucks, waiting for the post office to open. Chocolate expectation.” ― “I listened wide-eyed, stupid. If chocolate was a sound, it would've been Constantine's voice singing.
Barry's honors include the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary (1988) and the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism (2005).
That we cannot be trusted to know what and how much to eat.
We must outsource this judgment to experts who know better - first to our parents, then to teachers; then to food gurus and big brands, who sell us on diets, cleanses, food dogmas, and "lifestyle changes." We cede our knowledge, our own personal relationship with food, to an entire world built on the premise that we don't know how to feed ourselves.” ― “I can tell you that if there’s nothing wrong with you except fat it is easy to get thin. If you are handed a plate of food, leave half; if you have to help yourself, take half.
When you live in a society that says that one kind of body is bad and and other is good, those with “good” bodies constantly fear that their bodies will go “bad”, and those with “bad” bodies are expected feel shame and do everything they can to have “good” bodies.
In the process, we torture our bodies, and do everything from engage in disordered eating to invasive surgery to make ourselves okay.