Live sketching is when an artist draws the actual content of a video. An animated GIF, for example. As the animation is live, the live artist is able to animate it and alter it to their vision. A video artist might have the same idea and then create their own version, changing the size, color, shape, etc., for their final presentation. As there is no script involved, you can do things like make things look like they are moving along, zoom in and out and create a slideshow. A live sketch is always completely different than a live video, which is why this format is often presented to customers.
You may have seen a great deal of discussion on Twitter the last few days about how the United States is “pouring its wealth in a massive military buildup, not just to protect its own citizens, but in order to protect the liberty of the world.” So far, these efforts have largely been about the Middle East or South Asia, but they’re clearly not enough. There are still plenty of pressing issues, including the rise of Russia and China in that region, and they’re still not solved. We do still have to deal with the debt and entitlements, however. And that’s where the United States is failing.
I think a common sense view on military spending would take us a long way in the right direction. Here’s why:
Military spending has become so large that it’s really becoming useless unless there are changes to how we do it.
Consider the military budget in dollars, rather than by what it would spend if we were an equal exchange. Here’s how it works when I was a child growing up in the 1980s: You spend an amount of money that gives you a certain amount of benefits and the other person spends an amount of money that gives you benefits that exceed what you spent. You’re actually doing a worse deal if you spent $100 million on a plane that did two things that were worth $50 million but cost $2 million, in the long run.
In the case of the military, though, the goal of raising military spending is to provide benefits that are worth more to the military. Consider the current situation at the Pentagon. The budget of the Pentagon is already $600 billion. Of that, $220 billion in military spending is for things like “operational” needs that are supposed to give the Pentagon time to do other things, such as buying food for soldiers while in combat to provide sustenance. $80 billion is for training and
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