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Question: Is there anything in the Bible that reveals the origin of the Negro? Answer: It is generally believed that the curse which Noah pronounced upon Canaan was the origin of the Black race. Certain it is that when Noah said, "Cursed be Canaan, a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren," he pictured the future of the Colored race. They have been and are a race of servants, but now in the dawn of the twentieth century, we are all coming to see this matter of service in its true light and find that the only real joy in life is in serving others; not bossing them. There is no servant in the world as good as a good Colored servant, and they joy that he gets from rendering faithful service is one of the purest joys there is in the world.
Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (The Golden Age (Vol. X - No. 257))
I’m making a big exception for Stygimoloch in the list of scariest dinosaurs.  He was actually a plant eater but I had to include him after studying his picture.  Totally weird! This thing looked like something from your
J.W. Patterson (The Scariest Dinosaurs on the Planet (Top 10 Dinosaurs You Wouldn't Want to Meet): A Children's Dinosaur Book)
Our roles expanded quite a bit with Empire,” Tippett adds. “For the first time probably since King Kong [1933], stop-motion animation was actually being used in a big-budget motion picture. Previously, it’d been displaced to the gulag of low-budget fantasy pictures, which Ray Harryhausen had pretty much kept alive during the ’50s and the ’60s. But now George was going into that territory—and he was upping the production value, bringing his cinematic expertise and design to it. He was very well read and studied in the history of visual effects and knew what you could get.
J.W. Rinzler (The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Enhanced Edition))
Yoda is the lead samurai from Seven Samurai,” says Kasdan of Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 film. “Seven Samurai is for me the greatest film ever made and enormously influential for George. If you see Seven Samurai, you see Yoda is Shimada, the lead samurai. He’s the mentor figure who gets the whole picture.
J.W. Rinzler (The Making of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Enhanced Edition))