Last year the Discovery Channel opened up their annual Shark Week with “Megalodon: The Monster Shark Lives” a two-hour “docufiction” about a giant prehistoric shark that was found living in the waters off of South Africa. Like many of the 4.8 million viewers, I was duped into thinking the show was real. After all, the Discovery Channel hosts Shark Week, not Syfy.
Just a maze I drew on a folder while bored in a meeting.
I enjoy camping in “the nature.” Pitch a tent, start a fire, and wait for darkness (and s’mores). On a recent trip to Hagan Stone Park in Pleasant Garden, NC something interesting accompanied the sound of owls hooting and crackling wood—music.