@robert I need to mull more over his stance on Woody Allen, though. He's basically taken the position of, "I think the movement is much-needed and very positive, but there should also be the presumption innocence until proven guilty, so and I admire Allen's body of work, so I would continue to work with him until I learn something otherwise." There's a mixture of legal justification (you can't charge someone without proof) with less-than-legal consequences (choosing to work with him).

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