A: “I would say it shouldn’t even be a question. I’m very happy with the education I’ve had and the amount of material I’ve learned. To me, there’s a whole different set of skills that I learned.”
Q: Is there anything you regret not having known earlier about video editing?
A: “I can’t say for sure, but I’m sure there are a few things I would have done better,” she said. “I’m glad I didn’t study film because I would have gone from there to getting a job in video. That’s a great career path but it’s not going to happen for me. I’ve done a lot of video work where it’s not really a video job. It’s in a way similar to what I would do if I did it right, but I did a lot of video work before that.”
Q: What advice do you have for young film students?
A: “The best advice I can give is just to take advantage of their imaginations. They’re going to be excited, but I’ve learned how to motivate kids in video, too.”
It is in that regard that the American people have much to be thankful for, when the nation’s health-care system collapses, creating mass poverty, as it is now rapidly becoming a threat. The people of the United States have not been treated to such a catastrophe and there is no reason to believe it may not happen again.
President Obama has said that he will use the nation’s debt ceiling to try to force Congress to raise the nation’s health-care spending by $2,000 billion, the amount the government is spending on seniors’ benefits and other programs each year. With congressional Democrats refusing to approve even a minor increase, such a move should be applauded, particularly since the Republicans will not allow such an increase to pass.
The Obama administration now says there is so much to be thankful for that it will spend $500 million a week to help reduce the number of uninsured Americans — who already outnumber those with serious illnesses by a ratio of six to one. Those included the uninsured are the 50 million Americans whose employer simply cannot afford to help them get healthy. The administration estimates that some 80 percent of that 60 million figure are children.
There has been no mention of the millions of poor Americans being placed in substandard housing or struggling with health insurance.
These are just some of the reasons why the United States could be in danger
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