Tom MacFarlane

 
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Casio Z-750 Digital Camera [7.2MP , 3 x Optical] 2&hellip by Casio
88 of 94 people found the following review helpful
This camera is well worth considering if you want a fairly flexible friend that will fit comfortably into your pocket/handbag.
Weighing in at 165g complete with Exilim NP-40 battery, you will hardly notice its there.
Unlike some cameras of this size it offers manual control as well as Snapshot - Auto Mode in other cameras, Best Shot - Scene Mode in other cameras, which, unlike the RV41, actually offer a sports setting, and M, manual.
In M you can alter the shutter value manually, and also select Aperture, but, sadly, you are only offered two settings.
There are a range of focus settings, including one that claims to be manual, which I am afraid it is not. It merely… Read more
No War: America's Real Business in Iraq by Naomi Klein
33 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Baghdad Year Zero, by Naomi Klien, is the first of three sections to this short, no-holds-barred, account of the truth behind the spin.
Much comment, even from supporters of the Iraq War, has focussed on how the coalition lost the peace. Accepted mythology has it that the allies had no plan of action: they assumed they would be made welcome, but the ungrateful Iraqis had other ideas.
This book explains why. Bush and his NeoCon Junta had a plan for postwar Iraq which involved a giant experiment in NeoCon theory. Iraq would be the first country in the world to be rebuilt by private enterprise, US corporation style. McDonalds and Wal Mart would enter Iraq, and the population would… Read more
No War: America's Real Business in Iraq by Naomi Klein
6 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Baghdad Year Zero, by Naomi Klien, is the first of three sections to this short, no-holds-barred, account of the truth behind the spin.
Much comment, even from supporters of the Iraq War, has focussed on how the coalition lost the peace. Accepted mythology has it that the allies had no plan of action: they assumed they would be made welcome, but the ungrateful Iraqis had other ideas.
This book explains why. Bush and his NeoCon Junta had a plan for postwar Iraq which involved a giant experiment in NeoCon theory. Iraq would be the first country in the world to be rebuilt by private enterprise, US corporation style. McDonalds and Wal Mart would enter Iraq, and the population would… Read more