I am a grown woman, not a neophyte in need of your protection.
I know I should stay away, but I can’t help it, I’ve always been enticed by danger.
We keep our guard up, our music off, our eyes peeled, our brains ready for anything. To relax, when you’re a woman at night, will always be foolish.
Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold.
Reaction to the video ranged from “wow this dude is crazy” to “this guy is harassing animals for no good reason”.
But this time, the depression was worse than I could have ever imagined and I couldn’t handle it. I got my dad’s 45 caliber gun and shot myself in the stomach.
I sometimes pull hard drives out of USB slots without safely dismounting them first. You know, like a badass.
6. Keep money in more than one location in case some is robbed. Separate debit cards and credit cards.
I’ve grown up in a very dangerous world. No, no, don’t laugh, this is not something that should be taken lightly. Actually, my world is so dangerous I wouldn’t be surprised if I’m in some extended version of The Hunger Games or something. So, congratulations to me. I’m turning 23 in less than a week and I’m not dead yet. I must be a born survivor.
So this weekend, America will be introduced to adrenaline-junkie Aron Ralston, the smart one who got his arm wedged between a boulder and a mountain, and was stuck like that for 5 days, or 127 hours. Audiences will ooh and ahh in amazement, as well as disgust, at the raw brutality of this man vs. nature true-life story.