December 1939 issue

Roger Torrey, “The Platinum Peke"

George Shute, “Fashion Pirate"

John Ryan, “Wanted—One Watch"

Tom B. Stone, “Presenting Death"

Frederic Wells, “Murder for Publicity"

Tod Jennings, “To Make a Murder"

 Harley L. Court, “A Man Fights Fire “   

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All animals are somebody—someone with a life of their own. Behind those eyes is a story, the story of their life in their world as they experience it. In our culture, we have been encouraged to think of animals as things, as commodities. The great challenge lies in having a change of perception. The realization that they have a life of their own, independent of their utility to me or to anyone else: this is what I am trying to get at when I speak of them as being “subjects of a life.” In this sense, they are exactly like us, equal to us. — Tom Regan

I don’t know, it comes down to being authentic. Everything you do you have to make sure you truly believe in it and as long as you know that, it doesn’t matter what anyone else says about it because the nature of being a public figure is that everyone will have an opinion about anything you do, and as long as you know why you’ve done something and you’ve committed to it with authenticity then you’re okay.
—  Tom Hiddleston to People Magazine at Comic Con 2016 on how he is handling all this new attention