Nice but he left for OHIO....and its not my daughter who is pregnant - its his OTHER girlfriend. Its just aggravating watching her go thru this. My neanderthal tendency is to rip him limb from limb, but all that does is make a mess. I have to keep reminding myself.....patience is a virtue.
I really shouldn't watch The Animal Planet anymore. I get so mad and here's why. Ya know when the great white shark tears some poor guy in half or when the saltwater crock rips off the dudes head that swimming in the river?
There's the "expert" who says, it was a mistake of identity. The saltwater crock must have mistaken the human for a dog. Or the man eatting shark would never think of eating a person.
Clue phone buddy! These animals are just plain visious and they are killing machines. They are not your little snuggle bunnies that you want them to be so quit making excuses for them.
Umm... not sure about that one. I've spent a lot of time near sharks. The only one I ever saw have a go at me was when I grabbed a small sand shark by the tail to show a group of girls how cool (stupid) I was.
I've unknowingly dived with a BIG hammerhead on an overturned boat at a channel marker near Hells Gate in Savannah.
No Boomer - If I had known he was there, I never would have salvaged the boat and gear. I'm silly... not suicidal.
Crocs? Pffft. I personally believe that they are nearly perfect. Far more aggressive than sharks, as a species.
Far more fatalities tied to them than sharks worldwide. A lot of those deaths resulted from plain ignorance I would wager.
"Hey - let's mess with that croc!!" **CHOMP...SNAP!!***
"Hey - be a mate and fetch me arm, will ya?"
Hey - there are all sorts of things I have done that - if I had known at the time I would have NEVER done that. Like diving under a submarine only to find that a family of GREAT WHITES has taken up residence in the same pond. Or, hiking in Ranier National Forest and salmon fishing next to a herd of grizzly bears that I didnt even see. OR maybe this one.....hiking up a trail where you hear rustling thinking its a bear, and its a mountain lion. I could fill volumes with the stupid things I have done.
Of course, I dont go out in the woods armed to the teeth with paintball guns either.
Bored young'uns working in the fast food arena.
I was in Freddies today (GREAT home made burgers) and as I started to sit down at my table, one of the "less interested"
crew reached out his hand to take my tray... while turned away from me - looking out of the window.
I just stood there holding the tray a few inches from his fingers while he studied traffic, and wondered where the tray was.
He finally turned toward me and I said, "When you offer something; a service, a favor, a hand, a smile.... LOOK at the person that you're offering it to."
He said he was sorry, and took my tray. I told him no harm done, it was just rude to do that. All good.
Same thing applies to a drive through - if they don't look at me when they are trying to pass my food to me, they are in for a long wait. I know it's not an easy job to deal with people all day (believe me... I do), but common courtesy should be applied by everyone, to everyone.
*steps off his paintball crate