All in Good Taste is a 1983 film which was aired in Canada. The film was about a director of a movie who finds out that the script involves strippers instead of an orphan and a dog as originally planned. The film also features Jim Carrey in one of his first film roles. Rick Green (born 1953 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian comedian, and writer. ... Jonathan Welsh (1947–January 27, 2005) was a veteran Canadian actor of stage, television and film, best known for his principal roles in Canadian television series, notably the 1986-1989 adventure comedy Adderly and the 1989-1994 journalism drama E.N.G. On E.N.G., Welsh portrayed Eric... Harvey Atkin (born January 1, 1942 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian actor who has worked in feature films and television. ... James Eugene Jim Carrey (born January 17, 1962 in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada) is a Golden Globe winning Canadian film actor. ...
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Taste is very similar to olfaction (the sense of smell), in which the chemical composition of an organism's ambient medium is detected by chemoreceptors.
In humans, the sense of taste is transduced by taste buds and is conveyed via three of the twelve cranial nerves.
Taste begins to be used in a metaphorical sense to refer to certain degrees of cultural competence, closely related to the concept of discrimination; it can set distinctions between tasteful and tasteless or embodying goodtaste or bad taste, thus providing categories for social division and producing cultural hierarchy.
Taste is a word that is subject to the most wiggly usage in the minds and mouths of some people and is used with impressive precision by others.
Meyer Schapiro writes that "goodtaste is essentially conservative, for while it is poor taste to be behind the time, it is still worse to be ahead [of the time]." I have never for a moment been in danger of being ahead of my time.
Goodtaste may not be as important as original thought, wit, or even charm, but life can seem more desperately competitive, haunted by snobbery, much less gracious without it.
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