His appearances include roles in films such as Dr. He also is believed to have provided the voice for the character Hamilton played by Robert Dix in Live and Let Die Rimmer had a long-running association with TV producer Gerry Andersonincluding the series Thunderbirds — He was the voice actor behind the character of Scott Tracy. Rimmer thought the studio rates for voices in those days were "absolutely deplorable". Years after working on ThunderbirdsRimmer, along with fellow Anderson associate Matt Zimmermanretained a solicitor.
They informed him of the sort of money they received, and the solicitor then gained Rimmer and Zimmerman an immense raise in the residuals. He also wrote scripts and provided uncredited voices for Anderson's subsequent Supermarionation productions Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons —68Joe 90 —69 and The Secret Serviceappeared in episodes of the live-action series UFO and The Protectors —74provided voices for Space: —77and guest-starred in one of its episodes, " Space Brain " Later, he appeared in the un-televised pilot Space Police which was adapted as a full TV series and renamed Space Precinct in the s, though Ted Shackleford replaced Rimmer for the series and provided the voice of the title character in Dick Spanner, P.
Rimmer and American actor Ed Bishop —himself an Anderson associate—would joke about how their professional paths frequently crossed, calling themselves "Rent-a- Yanks ". The episode "The Ghouls" was his final role before his death in Rimmer appeared once in Doctor Who in the serial The Gunfightersand twice in Coronation Street : as Joe Donnelli from towho held Stan Ogden hostage before taking his own life, and Malcolm Reid inthe adoptive father of Audrey Roberts ' son Stephen.
InRimmer returned to the world of Thunderbirds with a minute fan film simply entitled Thunderbirds He portrays Jeff Tracy in a voiceover on Thunderbird 3 ' s radio, towards the end of the movie, instructing Scott and Alan to take the three astronauts they rescued in the movie to an intact space station, and return to Tracy Island in anticipation of a storm in the Pacific. The recording was produced by Wireless Theatre Company. InRimmer released his first fiction novel Long Shotthrough amazon.
This marked his second foray into publishing, having released his autobiography From Thunderbirds to Pterodactyls four years previously.
It doesn't excuse the patronizing of prostitutes to note that Cuomo's failings, public and private, are more significant than Spitzer's ever were. The list of reasons to impeach is much longer. The AG reportafter all, alleges grotesque behavior that included the forcible touching of employees — and illegal attempts to hide it.
Cuomo even sexually harassed a state trooper, the report says. It's all mightily shameful — or would be for a governor capable of shame — but don't forget about Cuomo's other swirling scandals. The deliberate undercounting of nursing home deaths. Cuomo may linger onbut his political career is Shame 77, whether he knows it or not. The Sunday night resignation of top aide Melissa DeRosa, one of the governor's fiercest advocates and most loyal confidantes, shows the ship is sinking.
Cuomo has too few allies left to fight on indefinitely. He's going to leave office in disgrace, with his legacy in tatters, and there's something reassuring about that. Character truly is destiny. Karma is real. Bad guys can lose in the end. When Cuomo is gone, finally, the cloud over Albany will lift.
State government will move on, just as it did when Spitzer departed. But our current governor seems determined to make getting to the end as painful and difficult as possible, no matter the damage done to New York. He'll scratch and claw like a cornered animal. He'll make more claims about attorney general bias and supposed political motivations for doing him in. Cuomo resigns after report said he's a serial sexual harasser. Churches vary in how much members may experiment with modesty and fashion in dress.
Some groups, for example, may be less inclined to censure tight dresses so long as the church's distinctive style is maintained  or to censure popular swimwear worn while swimming in groups or in public;  others carefully observe and embrace their church's pattern for modest, distinct dress on all non-private occasions.
The wearing of a veil headcovering for women attending Mass was for the first time mandated as a universal rule for the Latin Rite by the Code of Canon Law of abrogated by the Code of Canon Law of The standards issued by Pope Pius XI declared that "women who wear immodest dress shall be denied Holy Communion, and shall not be admitted as sponsors at Baptism and Confirmation".
Furthermore, dresses of transparent materials are improper. In various localities, from time to time the Church hierarchy have given opinions on various matters. In the German Empirefor example, all Roman Catholic bishops joined in issuing a pastoral letter attacking the new fashions.
Some Catholics have attempted to form cohesive theories of modesty. Sometimes this is from a sociological perspective,  while at other times it takes a more systematic, Thomistic approach, combined with the writings of the Church Fathers.
The Catholic Legion of Decency has been active from in monitoring morally objectionable content in films. It has condemned a number of films including several on account of the clothing worn. Methodists belonging to the conservative holiness movementsuch as the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection and Evangelical Wesleyan Churchhave guidelines on modest apparel in accordance with the Wesleyan-Arminian doctrine of outward holiness.
Moreover, we require our men to conform to the scriptural standards of decent and modest attire; we require that when they appear in public they wear shirts with sleeves of modest length. We require that all our people appear in public with sleeves below the elbows. Women's hemlines are to be modestly below the knees. Our people are forbidden to appear in public with transparent or immodest apparel, including shorts or bathing suits.
Parents are required to dress their children modestly in conformity with our general principles of Christian attire. We further prohibit our people from participating in the practices of body-piercing, tattooing or body art.
Conservative Friends and Holiness-Orthodox Friendstwo associations of Quaker Christians, wear plain dress as part of their testimony of simplicity. Clothing such as "short shorts and short skirts, shirts that do not cover the stomach, and clothing that does not cover the shoulders or is low-cut in the front or the back"  are discouraged. Men and women are also encouraged to avoid extremes in clothing or hairstyles.
Rules on modesty also include women being asked to wear no more than one pair of earrings. Most LDS members do not wear sleeveless shirts or shorts that do not reach the knee. The church-funded university, Brigham Young University BYUrequires students and tenants of BYU housing to sign an agreement to live according to these standards of modesty. The premise and concepts of modesty have evolved under Hinduism.
During Vedic times,  both women and men wore at least two pieces of draped dress that was largely undifferentiated, voluntary and flexible.
Stitched clothes such as Shame 77 and bodices were also common in the Vedic period. However, modesty was not determined by the precepts of religion, but by local traditions, social codes, profession, circumstances and occasion. The multiple pieces of draped dress for women evolved into a single length of draped cloth among Indian Hindus, now called a sari ;  but it remained two or more pieces for Southeast Asian Hindus.
For men, the draped dress reduced to one piece, now called by various names such as dhotilungipanchalaacha and other names among Indian Hindus, and kamben among Balinese Hindu. The Hindu belief, suggests Christopher Bayly is that modesty through appropriate dress has the energy to transmit spirit and substance in a social discourse. Dress serves as a means of expression or celebration, with some dressing elements such as saffron threads or white dress worn by men as moral, transformative and a means to identify and communicate one's social role in a gathering, or one's state of life such as mourning in days or weeks after the passing away of a loved one.
The canons of modesty for Hindus in South Asia underwent significant changes with the arrival of Islam in the 12th century. The Islamic rulers imposed a dress code in public places for Hindu dhimmisper their Islamic mores of modesty.
In the early 18th century, Tryambakayajvan—a court official in south central India—issued an edict called Stridharmapaddhati.
The ruling outlined a required dress code for orthodox Hindus in that region. The concept of modesty evolved again during colonial times when the British administration required Indians to wear dresses to help identify and segregate the local native populations. Bernard Cohn  and others  remark that dress during the colonial era became part of a wider issue in India about respect, honor and modesty, with the dress code intentionally aimed by the administration to reflect the relationship between the British ruler and the Indian ruled.
The British colonial empire encouraged and sometimes required Indians to dress in an 'oriental manner', to help define and enforce a sense of modesty and to identify roles and a person's relative social status. Inside most Hindu temples, there is an expectation of modesty rather than sexual allurement. Men and women typically wear traditional dress during religious ceremonies and rituals in a temple, with women wearing saris or regional Indian dress. Hindus have diverse views on modesty, with significant regional and local variations.
Among orthodox Hindu populations, sexually revealing dress or any sexual behavior in public Shame 77 before strangers is considered immodest, particularly in rural areas. In contrast, the dress of deities and other symbolism in Hindu temples,  the discussion of dress and eroticism in ancient Hindu literature,   and art works of Hinduism  can be explicit, celebrating eroticism and human sexuality.
In general, a disregard of modesty can be confusing or distressing, in particular to traditional Hindu women. Even in a health care context, some Hindu women may express reluctance to undress for examination. If undressing is necessary, the patient may prefer to be treated by a doctor or nurse of the same sex. Islam has strongly emphasized the concept of decency and modesty.
Dress code is part of that overall teaching. Say to your wives, your daughters, and the women of the believers that: they should let down upon themselves their jalabib. Jalabib is an Arabic word meaning "loose outer garment". In some Muslim societies, women wear the niqaba veil that covers the whole face except the eyes, or the full burqaa full-body covering garment that occasionally does cover the eyes.
Wearing these garments is common in some, but not all, countries with a predominately Muslim population. Though by some scholars these expressions of modesty are interpreted as mandatory, most countries do not enforce modesty by law.
However, a few countries, such as Saudi ArabiaAfghanistan and Iran, enforce specified standards of dress for women. That is purer for them. Indeed, Allah is [well] acquainted with what they do. Most scholars agree that men are required to cover everything from the navel to the knees; some men choose also to wear the traditional Islamic cap taqiyahsimilar to the Jewish yarmulke or kippah.
The taqiyah may vary in shape, size, and color, with differences according to tradition, region, and personal taste. It extends to behaviour in public and in private, and depends on the context. Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox Jewish women usually wear skirts that cover their knees, with blouses or shirts covering the collarbone and sleeves covering the elbows. Less restrictive branches of Judaism tend to adopt the fashions of the society Shame 77 which they live. It is the custom for a married Orthodox Jewish woman to cover her hair in public, and sometimes at home.
The hair covering may be a scarf tichelsnoodhat, or a wig called a Sheitel. Standards of modesty also apply to men. While some Orthodox men will wear short-sleeve shirts in public, ultra-Orthodox men will not. More modern Orthodox Jewish men will be more lax in their dress when surrounded by other men if it is not in a religious environment. Modesty for men most often translates to covering the torso and legs with loose clothing.
Different groups of Orthodox Jews have different dress norms. But all have men dress in a head covering kippah. Some individuals adopt modesty standards of other groups or standards of previous generations. Expectation of modesty also applies in the arts, though standards of modesty have varied at different times and in different places.
Nudity and various types of behavior were sometimes depictedsometime not. In many cases where society did not allow nudity or immodest dress, nudity was accepted in art. Where nudity in art was not acceptable, full nudity was not displayed; otherwise nude subjects had their intimate parts hidden by apparently accidental draped fabric, flowers, other people, a fig leafetc. In films, very brief nudity was accepted. Some nude artworks had fig leaves added when standards became less permissive. In a given society, the criteria varied according to the circumstances; for example artworks on public display were more restrained than those for private display to adults.
In cartoonseven in cases where the genital area is not covered with clothing, genitals are often simply not drawn, as is the case in Family Guy and other animated sitcoms.
In the film Barnyardshowing anthropomorphized cattle of both sexes walking on two legs, instead of either showing genitals of male cattle or not showing them, the concept of a "male cow" was used, with an udder. In Underdog a partly animated anthropomorphized dog is shown with a penis when a real dog is filmed, and without one in the animated parts.
Paintings are sometimes changed because of changed modesty standards, and later sometimes changed back. During the Counter-Reformation there Shame 77 a "fig-leaf campaign" aiming to cover all representations of human genitals in paintings and sculptures that started with Michelangelo's works.
Works covered in this way include the marble statue of Cristo della Minerva church of Santa Maria sopra MinervaRome which was covered by added drapery, as it remains today, and the statue of the naked child Jesus in Madonna of Bruges The Church of Our Lady in BrugesBelgium remained covered for several decades. Also, the plaster copy of the David in the Cast Courts Victoria and Albert Museum in London has a fig leaf in a box at the back of the statue.
It was there to be placed over the statue's genitals so that they would not upset visiting female royalty. The statue of Achilles at Hyde Park Corner now has an incongruous figleaf permanently attached, after it was stolen several times.
Many fairytales and other related media feature women from or of ethnic origin from Western Europe and Northern Europe to be demure due to their typically soft features.
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