5. Flytech Bladestar. Now you can actually make something fly with the Flytech Bladestar Indoor Flyer, a creation by WooWee. It has a life-size and a big LCD screen. For those that do, the ratings are: TV-Y7: directed toward kids 7 years and older (kids who are able to distinguish between make-believe and reality); may contain “mild fantasy violence or comedic violence” that may scare younger kids
Calvin, you would know more about this than us, but to the uninformed observer this just reinforces perceptions of India as a huge, chaotic mass that can’t accomplish much.
Any observations/points you would like to make? I am truly interested in learning more about India’s potential.
True, India is a developing country. It needs and takes help from the West, including the UK and US, to grow. Of course, it has the 2nd largest population in the world, so they have a lot of people to support. It will be difficult, but it has a lot of potential that can be and is being tapped.
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Sorry at first I thought this would entitle itself to this board but now I am not so sure. So please move yourselves over to Political Discussion to View it!
Maybe the producers are making political points ?
The 2nd URL link points out that the book is written in 1996, and the producers related their show to US presidential administrations that did not yet exist at publishing time.