Mantis Shrimp, mostly to experience the sixteen photoreceptors. Other aspects, such as it's powerful claws, would be intriguing to use also.
I usually start typing in my other passwords, getting more and more irritated with each failed attempt before I realize my caps lock is accidentally toggled on.
86 I believe.
Regular Show is the only cartoon I watch these days.
I'm going with my childhood favorite though, Pokemon.
In fourth grade I won a competition for collecting certain soda bottle caps. I was excited about it until I attempted to claim my prize and learnt the competition had expired.
I'd bring a blanket. Warmth, comfort, and shelter from elements. Put a rock in it and it becomes a weapon. It could also act as a basket for carrying large amounts of fruit or whatever. I'm pretty sure I could fasten a spear or something for a better weapon.
But if you were stuck, that would most likely mean others are unknowing of your situation and wouldn't be there to film.
Unless of course you mean to tell the tale, you better make sure you survive.
"Children reared in such families typically show higher self-esteem and are more independent, but are also more likely to comply with parental requests and may show more altruistic behavior as well. They are self-confident and achievement-oriented in school and get better grades than do children whose parents have other parenting styles (Crockenberg & Litman, 1990; Dornbusch et al., 1987; Steinberg, Elmen, & Mounts, 1989)."
I read this in my human lifespan book yesterday. I'll post the actual facts when I get out of my current class.
Children from authoritative homes tend to perform better all around while growing up.
Children can be challenging to reason with, but if you are capable of taking the responsibility to have children in the first place, you can take the responsibility to raise them without resorting to physical violence. It not only misses opportunities for "teaching moments", but uses those opportunities to teach violence and disrespect. While I was being brought up by my own parents, my mother would spank me when I got into trouble. Because of this, my mother and I have never been too close. I grew up with a great disrespect for her and her methods for discipline. I understand she was doing what she thought was the best way to raise me, but that doesn't change anything. My father never once spanked me, but just talked to me with reason. I'm not saying physical discipline is the direct cause of this, but me and my dad have always had a great relationship. Even as a child I knew it was wrong. Yes this may not be the case for every child, but it is still morally wrong. Spanking is for the lazy/lousy parents who don't know how to discipline their child in a suitable manner. You should just talk with your child as an equal and help them to understand what the problem is.