thebeatlesordie
He did say, ‘I want to do my own anthology.’ When you have four people you have four different perceptions. All of them were interested in different things, and George had a different attitude toward some subjects. He was into Indian classical music, meditation, things he thought were important in life to help you get through the madness. Those things he wanted to express. He had a list of things that he wanted to do. This was one of them. In fact, he had a note - I shouldn’t say this, but I will - he had this piece of paper saying, ‘Exploring my twisted mind, Part One.’ That would’ve been his title for the first half of the documentary. He wanted to share certain things with people. So I felt pretty free to follow through on this project.
Olivia Harrison in response to the question, "George said after the ‘Beatles Anthology’ came out in the ’90s that he wanted to do his own documentary one day, right?", Chicago Tribune, 20 April 2012 (via thateventuality)
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dannykelly:

The Good in People Makes the hairs stand up on my arms and neck sometimes… 

On January 10th A pod of eleven killer whales, a family of 2 adults and 9 juveniles were discovered trapped in the ice of the Hudson bay off the coast of the small Inuit village of Inukjuak. Confined for two days in the small breathing hole that was shrinking by the day, the whales began to panic as they tried unsuccessfully to find another breathing hole and their way to sea.

While an icebreaker ship would typically be brought in to free the orcas, the closest crew was thirty six hours away, so the villagers decided to cut a half mile of holes for the killer whales to travel through to get them to open water.