Article: Gov. Jerry Brown once at T. West?

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Article: Gov. Jerry Brown once at T. West?

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Other Hollywood architects include: Nicholas Ray (director of "Rebel Without A Cause" and "Johnny Guitar"); Jimmy Stewart, Ed McMahon and Parker Stevenson (all Princeton alumni); and British actor James Mason. Of those, only Ray studied at Taliesin.

If Brown attended T-West, he didn't make it into the Directory.
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Tom Selleck originally wanted to be an architect before pursuing acting.

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Wierd Al Yankovic was my co-worker's room mate in college..both attending architecture school at Cal Poly.
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I am getting a little off topic--apologies in advance. I gave tours of the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park as a volunteer interpreter for 7 years. During a tour I gave with a small group, I met architecture buff, actor Geoffry Rush who won the best actor Oscar in 1996 for playing Australian pianist David Helfgott. He was quirky, great to be with and fun! Other famous people who loved architecture and went on tours during my tenure there were Brad Pitt and Robin Williams.

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Was this an April Fools hoax?

Look at the (intentionally) bad photoshop of Jack White with his out of scale head. It's so subtle that one could possibly be swayed, but look closer...

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The best policy on April 1 is to stay indoors, not turn on the computer or TV, and read a favorite old book.

I haven't followed that advice yet; maybe next year ?

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Now, Agathawu is definitely the April Fool.

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Consider that Elon Musk was born in 1971. The former General Motors headquarters building was built in the early 1920s, and the current HQ (the Renaissance Center) opened in 1977.

John Gillis didn't go to college, let alone Harvard. You know him as Jack White.

It's tagged as "April Fools."

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