Arnold interview on steroids

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The Sugar Act of 1764 and the Stamp Act of 1765 severely curtailed mercantile trade in the colonies. [21] The latter act prompted Arnold to join the chorus of voices in opposition to those taxes, and also led to his entry into the Sons of Liberty , a secret organization that was not afraid to use violence to oppose implementation of those and other unpopular Parliamentary measures. [22] Arnold initially took no part in any public demonstrations but, like many merchants, continued to trade as if the Stamp Act did not exist, in effect becoming a smuggler in defiance of the act. Arnold also faced financial ruin, falling £16,000 in debt, with creditors spreading rumors of his insolvency to the point where he took legal action against them. [23] On the night of January 28, 1767, Arnold and members of his crew, watched by a crowd of Sons of Liberty, roughed up a man suspected of attempting to inform authorities of Arnold's smuggling. Arnold was convicted of a disorderly conduct charge and fined the relatively small amount of 50 shillings; publicity of the case and widespread sympathy for his view probably contributed to the light sentence. [24]

Because of their faith and their refusal to conform, Simone and her parents faced threats and coercion. Simone’s father, Adolphe, was the first arrested, along with other male Jehovah’s Witnesses. Nevertheless, Simone, then age 11, was determined to listen to the voice of her conscience. She refused to give the Hitler salute or sing Nazi songs, acts that she felt amounted to worship of a man. After several patriotic teachers confronted, ridiculed, expelled, and even knocked her unconscious, Simone was arrested by juvenile authorities, taken to Germany, and put in a Nazi penitentiary home. For nearly two years, Simone was forbidden to talk and was forced to do hard labor. Both her parents by this time had been imprisoned in Nazi camps, and none expected to live to see the family reunited. The end of the war arrived, though, and the Arnolds all returned home and rebuilt their lives.

ARNOLD:  Yes, absolutely!  That’s my favorite part of the whole show.  I love every part of it, but the Flint-Silver relationship is what I find the most interesting.  They are the two smartest guys in the room.  There are a lot of similarities between them, but they also have different skills.  For as annoying as Silver can be for everyone else, he’s really approachable and likeable, which is the opposite of Flint, who is so aloof and so separate from his crew.  Even though they’re after the same things and have some similarities, they go about things in a different way.  And we know from the book that some of the other pirates said that Silver is the only man that Flint ever feared, and that Silver becomes Flint’s Quarter Master, at some point.  So, knowing that that’s on the horizon, how that comes about through Season 1 is really interesting.  You start getting a few snippets of it, and in Season 2, which we’re shooting now, that definitely starts to evolve.  That’s been the funnest part for me.  The whole cast on this show is incredible, but when you get to face off with Toby Stephens in costume, it’s scary and it’s fantastic.  One of the greatest acting experiences ever is getting to work with him.

Arnold interview on steroids

arnold interview on steroids

ARNOLD:  Yes, absolutely!  That’s my favorite part of the whole show.  I love every part of it, but the Flint-Silver relationship is what I find the most interesting.  They are the two smartest guys in the room.  There are a lot of similarities between them, but they also have different skills.  For as annoying as Silver can be for everyone else, he’s really approachable and likeable, which is the opposite of Flint, who is so aloof and so separate from his crew.  Even though they’re after the same things and have some similarities, they go about things in a different way.  And we know from the book that some of the other pirates said that Silver is the only man that Flint ever feared, and that Silver becomes Flint’s Quarter Master, at some point.  So, knowing that that’s on the horizon, how that comes about through Season 1 is really interesting.  You start getting a few snippets of it, and in Season 2, which we’re shooting now, that definitely starts to evolve.  That’s been the funnest part for me.  The whole cast on this show is incredible, but when you get to face off with Toby Stephens in costume, it’s scary and it’s fantastic.  One of the greatest acting experiences ever is getting to work with him.

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