When I first viewed some of these routines before purchasing the lecture, I assumed that a
well-known “controversial” method was used.
When I saw that these routines were being presented
in a lecture, I assumed that I was wrong about the method since Penguin doesn’t normally feature
acts that rely heavily on this method (I can only think of one or two examples, which used this
method less heavily).
It turns out, the “controversial” method was the correct one.
feel cheated because the advertisement, in my opinion, made it seem like this method wasn’t being
used at all or at least very sparingly. If they had been more upfront about this, I very likely
wouldn’t have purchased the lecture.
To be clear, I have nothing against the method itself.
I use it when I feel it is appropriate. I just wish Penguin would’ve been more upfront about what
was being offered, as they basically sold me a couple of routines that were already in my
If the advertisement would’ve been honest, I’d likely be giving this 5 stars
for the quality of instruction and information being presented. But instead, I find myself very