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- Mohamed ElSharawy
Addressing US and Ignoring rest of the Planet
+ some good tips, too general
- US focused, ignoring the rest of world
- boring listing of websites and phone numbers (could be added to the references without boring the listener)
- Talking about bonds without former definition of what they mean, as if we know all kinds and types by default