When I first introduced myself to a flyball box, I wonder what the heck is that? A box that kidnap my tennis ball. I look and look, stuck my muzzle in and nothing seems to work. My precious ball is trap and he's demanding me to come to his rescue.
Soon after, I learnt about the mechanism behind this complicated work. I need to trigger the paddle with my manicured paws to release the ball. After I had succeeded, I felt a twinge of pride, like James Bond breaking the code to save the world.
She had finally brought herself to read the first Ian Fleming novel, the Casino Royale and noticed what a huge difference this novel adaptation had with other novels that made into movie. Take Harry Potter for example, almost 70% of the novel's content are being butchered in the movie. What a waste. But in the case of Casino Royale, the novel only talks about the poker game, and Mr. Bond got physically tortured by Le Chiffre. No Jamaica chasing stunt, no Miami airport chasing scene and no Venice building collapsing. Those are the parts that made a great action movie.