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Seymour Hersh is one of the towering figures of investigative reporting in the latest fifty years. What we have here is a fascinating description of his remarkable career, starting on the police blotter beat (like my father, who was also a reporter) all the method up to the show day. He describes not only the monumental stories he covered that will create the history books (My Lai, Abu Ghraib, CIA malfeasance, JFK's shenanigans, etc.) but much of the day-to-day reporting that he's spent his life me of the book gives us more "now-it-can-be-told" info of his major stories: a lot of of the principals are now dead or are willing to talk on the record, and documents that were once classified are now open. Other parts of the book describe interesting and quirky characters that he's encountered in the course of his career, both as colleagues and topics of investigation. It was especially interesting to read about his rather prickly relationship with Abe Rosenthal of the Fresh York Times. Hersh has a knack for vivid description; some of the chapters really do read like a novel, such as the acc of how he tracked down Lieutenant me might describe this, like most autobiographies, as a bit self-serving: he enjoys pointing out situations where he was right and others wrong. But he doesn't shrink from talking about times when he was wrong, such as the method he was fooled (for a while!) about the forged Cusack documents. One of the most delightful parts of the book is when declassified memos and transcripts turn out to have discussed Hersh ("that SOB") at the time. One of the ways that public figures obtain reporters to cozy up to them is by giving them lots of access; this was one reason why Kissinger got away with his astounding mendacity for so long. While not totally immune, Hersh clearly was able to pursue his topics tenaciously without being seduced by them, unlike a lot of Hersh's other books, this was both entertaining and enlightening. A page-turner.
I’ve always been interested in Seymour Hersh since his stunning uncovering of the My Lai massacre. I think it was a turning point in investigative journalism. Laying bare the misdeeds of our soldiers and government was startling and earth shattering to me. I am younger than he is, but I remember that initial blow. I had an affinity for Mr. Hersh, probably because he comes from my hometown of Chicago.I can relate to some of the locations he mentions and the hard times he encountered when he chose his profession. The Jewish town boy exposed himself to rural locations and reported on difficult issues. He had a tough childhood; his parents were poor, raising two sets of twins. His father died young; he painted his parents as quiet and long-suffering.If a reader wanted to be an investigative reporter, this could be a textbook. His sources, however, are well hidden in this book, which created me grapple with the authenticity of some of his revelations. Questioning Obama’s veracity concerning The Death of Osama bin Laden is hard for me to accept. He does not believe it was an all American mission. Even The Fresh Yorker declined to [email protected]#$%!.However, his 2004 piece on Baghdad’s Abu Ghraib prison, replete with photos, was traumatizing. One could add the appalling mayhem of the Nixon White House amongst other scandalizing exposes.I cannot say I don’t have reverence for Mr. Hersh. He ofoten reported on people who did the right thing but happened to be in the wrong review is based on the pre-published book; I did not have the benefit of any images (the published copy will have 16 pages) or an Index. I believe Mr. Hersh gave an honest account, I don’t know how he remembered so a lot of facts and nuances. I admire his tenacity and despite the fact that I question his quest for conspiracies, he is a class act.
Seymour Hersh probably first entered America's consciousness with his strong, pull-no-punches reporting about Viet Nam when the famous press was still treating it with, if not child gloves, at least a (way too) gentle touch.If you do the math, that's a long time between then and now, to maintain a level of, not only truth-to-power talking, but heart-stoppingly amazing writing as at being the case, one would assume he would treat his own story in much the same way: One would be y memoirs are entertaining, informative, brutally honest, or, simply "there".This one is all of the above.. only there is here and we're lucky to be its recipient
Spielberg does Tech-Noir! The year is 2054 and the murder rate in Washington is zero, the reason? Three Pre-Cognitives whose combined abilities witness murders before they actually occur. Apparently faultless, it's then something of a surprise to Pre-Crime chief John Anderton (Tom Cruise) when the Pre-Cogs predict he is to murder a man named Leo Crow. Forced to go on the run, and haunted by a family tragedy, Anderton must evade the system he so perfectly executed himself. Can he search a flaw? Or is he actually about to commit a murder? Everybody Runs! That was the mark line that accompanied the explosive trailer for Steven Spielberg's, Tom Cruise starer, Minority Report. This marketing tool indicated that the amazing bearded one had adapted from the Phillip K @#$% short story and made an action monster? He hadn't, he had in fact made something far far better than popcorn fodder. Minority Report was the next project for Spielberg following the equally dark and intriguing AI: Artificial Intelligence, both movies serving to note that Spielberg was capable of thought provoking science fiction outside of the crowd pleasers that a lot of critics love to decry. In fact, it's arguable that Spielberg may have hit his creative peak with Minority Report, for the messages and crawling dystopian bleakness on present paint a picture not so much as a future far away in our lives, but of one we live in now. Huge thematic points of reference dot themselves throughout the piece. Such as the changing of eye balls, or that in these post 9/11 years we yearn, and always will, to be safer. Here in this bleached shadowy world, a globe of metallic tones and visual stings (ace cinematographer Janusz Kaminski on duty), we are safe under Pre-Crime, yet still it's a globe without soul, it has no heart, it's almost as if inhuman in itself, suggesting that the World's issues are not easily vanquished by technology - a total sacrifice of the World's inhabitant's souls. Spielberg of course is well served by the supreme specialists he has at his disposal, he has also managed to garner a amazing performance from Tom Cruise, something that critic and fan favourite directors have not managed to do previously. Believable grief, action work as powerful as ever, it is however with his ability to imbue a tortured movie noir protagonist where Cruise excels the most. Alongside Cruise and operating with amazing impact, are Samantha Morton as Pre-Cog Agatha, and Max Von Sydow, who adds that touch of experienced know how required for his particularly necessary character. the odd casting choice appeared to be Colin Farrell as the meddling, almost vindictive Danny Witwer, but he plays well off of Cruise, this even if he veers dangerously close to comic book villainy at times (check out a holy smoke Batman scene). What action there is is first rate, from a jet back package pursuit, to vehicle jumping heroics, the sequences are crafted with Spielberg's deft eye for an action sequence. While the sick sticks (yes you read right) metal spiders and a brilliant Peter Stormare cameo should hopefully have you squirming and grinning in equal measure. Which brings us to the finale, an ending that may not be a complete surprise (yet it still doesn't cop-out in context to Anderton's tragedy), but things are rounded off in real classic noir tradition, closing down a thinking man's tech-noir. Superb. 9/10
*A+ gaming are the fresh "rockstars" of mobile gaming* ...some of the graphics (in gameplay), are better than some modern consoles...I haven't even played this sequel to REPORTER yet, But I know for a FACT it will not disappoint. Can't wait. (I'm just killng time till this gem downloads) haha THANKS A+!
I really really like the game, I feel that it is better than Score! Hero. But the one thing that itches me is that you have to pay to obtain into a match. If I do I huge make batter and I wish to play with the player, I don't have the cash to do so. It would be amazing if you created the match fee free.
It's a amazing android game though if you just improve your AI to create it better on tackling and run for the ball... The AI is not amazing at all sometimes they tackle but didn't hit the opponent. And why high level players can play with low level players? That's just unfair. Just fix it!
An alright idea but the ai is downright moronic half the time, turning round when there's a clear opening on goal and deciding to pass when there are clearly no friendly players even remotely near the ball. The defining moment for me was when I had an begin goal staring me in the face, only for my player to promptly turn away to pass back. Maybe when it works properly it'll be fun, but when the ai is as shoddy as it is now it just isn't worth it
Score character is great. Playing it you always wanted them to create score match. Fair enough if it's a begin up but it's not as fluent or simple on the eye as character and the tackles suck. Don't understand them. Also would prefer to pass wherever I wish rather than in this range u give us
Amazing Android game A Small Like Clash Royale But We Have fun This One Alot.... Android game Should Go For More Advancements Like Buying Players Like Messi Ronaldo Neymar They Can Be In The Legendary Category Of Cards And A lot of More Like Challenging Our Frnds Online Fir. A Match.....
FIX IT! WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BE PLAYING AGAINST REAL PEOPLE BUT HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO PLAY IF EVERY TWO SECONDS THE SCREEN LAGS AND GLITCHES, HUH? C'mon please fix this, the android game looks so fun to play, I hate giving poor ratings or reviews, especially when they've created amazing android games before. I still have faith so I won't uninstall... FOR NOW. FIX IT!
Requires far too a lot of permissions. Absolutely no reason to need access to media, photos, AND files, along with potential access and modification to contacts, calendar, sleep options and more. Should have the option to accept or deny each set. As it is, unless you accept the only permission request, the application is non-functional. On top of everything else, the application includes ads. Uninstalling.
Zero support, it's laughable!!! You are not allowed to talk to anyone for the initial set up. They do have a chat app. I submitted multiple questions and asked if I could speak with someone in sales. Four times they replied "unfortunately you can not speak with anyone but would be satisfied to respond any questions you may have" four times I asked questions, four times I got that response.
The fresh auto report feature is terrible. My receipts are totally screwed up. We report monthly not weekly. I now have to edit every receipt. Also, now the receipt preview is gone!!! I have to click 3 or 4 times to obtain to the receipt to see if it is okay. Nice job destroying something that was once great. On the prowl for a fresh app....
The fresh ver sucks, and now the customer service sucks too. I see same complaints on fresh ver from so a lot of people and same customer service comments asking for a detail email. Why can't you guys just go download the fresh ver and test to use it? The problem is so obvious that when you make a fresh expense not only the camera but the information enter zone is improperly designed. Just roll everybody back to rhe previous version!!!
Was awesome until they changed the camera interface. Now there is no method to focus the camera and you spend more time trying to import an photo than you would downloading another application and doing a month of expenses. 5 Stars if they fix the camera integration... if not what is the point?