A good book which gives a balance perspective on energy. Does not have a PDF download which is referenced in the audio.
I would have left out the section on what energy is. I am familiar with physics so when he was talking about symmetries and spatial and time translations I understood. The average perso would get nothing out of this chapter.
This book was more about Vinnie then fitness. He talks about his young life, being in football, being a fitness instructor, sex with customers, cancer, his bike races etc.
What little fitness he discusses items such as this: calories in does not equal calories out. A clear violation of thermodynamics. Do not eat grains or sugar but all the bacon and fat you want (a modified Atkin's diet) which is unhealthy in the long run.
No just his future books!
Vinnie thinks he is a comedian so he continually broke script from his written books to crack unfunny jokes.
Disappointment that I wasted money on the book and Vinnie profited from it.
Don't waste a penny on the audio.
The book was boring because there was nothing new. It is simplistic and general in scope. I agree with the majority of it but I was looking for some Ah Ha moments but there were none. It was common sense but unfortunately people do not always follow common sense.
Like many books it could easily be written in 10 pages.
The title of the should be "Corporate Welfare". To summarize you need to give tax incentives, subsidizes, free land etc. or companies will leave for foreign countries because they bribe the US companies better than the US. So fork over the money US or we will leave and let you rot.
If you are liberal you will love this book because he loves to quote Kennedy and mentions FDR several times.
He did a great job of reading the book. The only thing missing was an Aussie accent.
Shoe this right after Atlas Shrugged.
I agree with many items but I get tired of his advertisements for Dow. I totally disagree with his alternative energy point of view. We should be spending money on natural gas infrastructure as opposed to solar and wind. Neither of witch will be the future other than maybe 15% of the total US demand. He just wants Dow to be subsidized for producing solar shingles.
This was a very interesting book and I totally agree with the author. He presents his case very well. I gave it a 4 star instead of a 5 because it is very repetitious and the author could have easily gotten his point across in half the time. Anyone wanting to know about about the progressive's agenda should listen to this audiobook.
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