They have been choosing for years ... to protect the clerics and not the kidsVatican can be sued over U.S. priest abuse Mar 05, 2009
They have begun the process of coming clean and transparent in a way they have never done beforeClergy abuse survivors on road to recovery Aug 13, 2008
This goes along way to help those survivors in their recoveryClergy abuse survivors on road to recovery Aug 13, 2008
The rebound in worker confidence we saw this month has more to do with workers' self-interests than with companies' overall hiring plansU.S. worker confidence rose last month Jul 06, 2005
As companies cut back on traditional pensions and healthcare coverage for retirees, it is clear that the workforce will have to turn to their own savings and/or keep working to sustain themselves during retirementMost U.S. workers not prepared to retire Jan 21, 2005
Jeffrey Allan "Jeff" Anderson (born April 21, 1970) is an American film actor, film director, and screenwriter best known for starring as Randal Graves in Clerks and Clerks II. In between, he has appeared in other Kevin Smith-directed films and has written, directed, and starred in Now You Know.
Born in Connecticut and raised in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, Anderson attended Henry Hudson Regional High School, with his friend, aspiring writer Kevin Smith, from which they both graduated in 1988.
While Anderson was working at AT&T, Smith was working on his debut movie Clerks. As a joke, Anderson auditioned for the role of "Jay," and based on this audition, Smith later offered Anderson a lead role as video store employee Randal Graves; a seemingly foul-mouthed apathetic slacker, who along with his morally elevated best friend Dante Hicks (Brian O'Halloran) belittled, aggravated, and alienated their customers whilst avoiding any real work at all opportunities.