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May 28, 2007


Holly McMahon

Excellent topic. I'm reminded that the Standing Committee on Law and National Security hosted a conference on The Role of ther Military in Securing the Homeland on June 25, 2003 and covered topics such as the appropriate role of the Dept. Defense, NORTHCOM, Joint Forces Command, National Guard and Reserve Components and the role of the public. Varied views. Unfortunately, report is not on line, but full conference summary (hard copy) can be found in the Committee's National Secuirty Law Report - and can be obtained through the Committee office at 202-662-1035.

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Thanks for the constructive feedback :) regarding the Overworld limitations and linearity, I only felt it limited in the sense that you aren't truely able to 'explore' fully in the way that could in other Zelda games - remember the underground caverns you could once find? - and quite frankly I miss that and it is basically linear in the sense that your destination is already chosen, yes you are still exploring and in a wonderful new way but this Overworld 'Transport' also highlights the limitations of what Nintendo can do with a 3D Zelda game on the DS but what they 'have' achieved is still impressive and I do acknowledge that fully.

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