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My friend Milt Rodriguez just released a new book. Instead of reviewing it, I’ll do something better. I’m going to post the foreword I wrote for the book—which is stronger than a review. I don’t usually write forewords for books, but Milt’s book was an exception.
Before I post the foreword, however, I did Milt a favor and gathered some endorsements that others have written for Milt’s book. He didn’t know I did this for him, so he should thank me.
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My favorite action film of all time is The Bourne Identity . . . all three parts actually.
One of the reasons why I like these films so much is because I can identify with Jason Bourne in so many ways.
Take for instance in the first film — when he enters into a diner with Marie and says:
I can tell you the license plates of all six cars outside. I can tell you that our waitress is left-handed, and the guy sitting up at the counter weighs 215 pounds and knows how to handle himself. I know the best place to look for a gun is in the cab of the gray truck outside, and that at this altitude I can run flat out for a half a mile before my hands start to shake. Now why would I know that?
Am I the only one who has this same experience every time I walk into a diner!?
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I haven’t read your book yet, but I disagree with it completely. You make too many assumptions, your logic doesn’t follow, and you have missed the boat. Feel free to reply if you want to.
Thank you for your email. I disagree with it completely. If I ever get around to reading it, I’ll explain why. 🙂