This one I curtailed somewhat. I switched the camera on and then ranted for nearly ten minutes, and that's too much for one of these videos, so I'm going to post as a response to this video an addendum, for those of you still interested. There is a lot to say on this topic, and it is one to which perhaps some day I shall return.
For those interested in hearing a bit more about this, I uploaded an addendum as a response to this video, but that doesn't seem to have worked as I had hoped, so here is a link to it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR36PhwMzJs
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