Martyn Woods Woods itibaren La Trinidad, Nikaragua
Bare gibi, beni seks işleriyle ilgili görüşlerimi yeniden düşünmeye zorladı.
Bu, bin yılı aşkın bir süredir medeniyetin askeri el kitabıydı. Burada öğretilen dersler herhangi bir rekabetçi ortamda uygulanabilir. Gerçekler, milyonlarca toz ve geniş dağılımla kaplandıktan sonra bile, hala geçerlidir.
so far it is a little slow
not as scary as this "fraidy-cat" expected. (before you ask, i was forced to read it in the first place!)
So far: I'm mostly interested in selections involving heinous dictators: The Littlest Hitler and Tales of a Tyrant, an examination of the life of Saddam Hussein! I don't know why, but they're the most engaging pieces I've read thus far, and they're absolutely nothing alike. I mean, I'm pretty sure I have in fact been living under a rock ("solid as a rock!"... Arrested Development? Yes? Anyway...) for much of my life, but even so it felt surprising to realize how little I'd thought about the topic. I'd never really considered what it must be like to be Saddam Hussein or what it would be like to meet with him. Or even to live in a desert country. To actually fear for your life because you might not be able to complete a brick wall in under five hours ...Now I have. Er... thanks, Mr. Bowden.