Survivor would be much more compelling if not all of the contestants actually survived.
That's funny without being funny...
In Canada, it's called population control.
For that we wait until eager hunters come up from the US...surprising on how many accidents can happen.
I know some people who love love, love...doing the Arctic Outward Bound...do you understand that?
I said to my friend: Brrrr... (I was going through a cold period at the time). But she said...no...it's great...
You did that? Huskys on a sledge?
Have you heard how they are shooting extra husky's? If a team has too many huskys...what do you do with them...it easy according to them...you just shoot them.
And it also called camping in Australia...or so I've heard.
Actually from what I see at the campgrounds that I go by, most are very convenient and comfortable campers, and for the most part they are just drinking binges away from home. Personally, I can do all that in my backyard. I had enough camping in the service in the desserts and cold weather training to last me a life time. To each there own. :)
I don't understand shows like Survivor or Lost...I did like that movie with Tom Hanks: Castaway...
But the shows - I mean - how realistic can they be?
But still, camping in Canada is like taking Outward Bound...
I remember Outward Bound. That was worthwhile. These so called reality shows are just an advancement of the Jeyry Springer Show. We have a lot of people that go on fishing trips to Canada and they seem like good times too, but like I said, the camping down here is a joke.
That sounds bad, too. In Canada...we sometimes get UK shows; I really enjoy them. I like Location, Location, Location.