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A great way to bypass the painful experience (for both you and your viewers) of sucky video. Stockman is straightforward and to the point. He helps us to see that by applying a few well-chosen principles even a relative beginner can make watchable video. (If merely watchable sounds like a low standard, just browse through YouTube for a few hours.)
His approach is practical and humorous and he speaks from experience.
"Just when these American citizens needed their rights most, the government took them away. And rights aren't rights if someone can take them away. They're privileges. That's all we've ever had in this country, a bill of TEMPORARY privileges. And if you read the news, even badly, you will know the list gets shorter, and shorter and shorter." - George Carlin.
The book is a great read about not only the eroded relationship between Americans and their police force, but also a detailed summary about the gradual loss of rights of American citizens. It's odd that many people think the Bill of Rights are simply rights granted by the government, when in reality it's a listing of the rights that ALL citizens have that the government is not empowered to take away. Balko runs through the erosion of the Castle Doctrine and how its gradual disregard destroyed and demolished the 3rd, 4th and 5th amendments. It also gives a very insightful view of the mindset of not just many local state and federal law enforcement officers, but the closed minded hypocritical views of federal officials all the way up to and including Presidents on both sides. The feeding of the violent thug soldier mentality on one hand, the enrichment of government coffers with asset forfeiture on the other, and scoring meaningless but flashy political 'wins' that mean very little in reducing crime in a pointless drug war are all given ample examination in the book. When one reads the book in the context of the current NSA data collection strategies against American citizens along with the recent revelation that much of this data is shared with law enforcement agencies such as the DEA, I fail to see how anyone could finish the book without being either more frightened of or more angry with our government.
I bought this game, yes. I was disappointed with the initial launch, yes. Does that mean those that put their hard work into it and didn't have a say in what caused the failure of the initial launch should be punished? Hell no.
The game is not perfect yet, but for the only one of it's kind with this kind of complexity, people need to give it a bit more credit (disregarding the horrible initial launch of the game).
The Maxis team's communications with customers who have purchased the game has increased despite what many other companies would typically do and just let the game fail and their baby die.
Overall, I am more than satisfied but at the same time I'm going to put the game down for a few weeks and see what kind of progress they made by then and then I'll really know how their team does business.
This book is full of useful and practical advice. I am boring my girlfriends silly with my new mantra 'well Matthew says ...'. I have already started changing some of my ways and seen results. I am already feeling more confident and excited about the possibilities in life and potential future relationships.