Broken Teeth And Fake-umentaries: Another Shark Week Gone By
“The hit summer series was once observed with some respect by serious members of the scientific community. Through the decades, however, it has devolved into a B-movie-style blend of fiction, bad acting, a few facts and potential injuries to sharks.
In some of the shows, real scientists are featured onboard real research vessels at sea. However, their chief priority, beneath flimsy scientific premises, seems always to be landing sweet video footage of sharks biting stuff.”
Read more at NPR.
It’s true, Shark Week has become something akin to a B movie and it’s such a bummer
Remember these? Thanks for the photo and the reminder of Wisco commutes emmybremer ❤️!
I guess cross is coming? You won’t find me at practice sessions running around in a field or riding around cones with a power meter, but you can find me riding my bike in the woods.
Watch out, cherry.
Thank you Zoey for peer pressuring me into a long walk tonight
It’s really hard to try to pick up something like skateboarding at 30, and my expectations are minimal. That said, I’m pumped to have successfully rolled this thing to and from dinner this weekend! I’m really quite bad, but it was still faster than walking. As someone that tends to be both impatient and risk adverse, this continues to be good challenge all around.
Picture perfect conditions on St Helen’s today were complimented by the chilliest ride ever with Amy.