So apparently, around 170 000 people found it so fascinating to watch a 7 and a half hour train-ride from Bergen to Oslo. On average, 176 000 people watched the entire thing, ans at the most, 450 000 watched the show. And they sent it as a re-run and they have scheduled another re-run around Christmas.
Is this entertainment?
Just saw something that I found rather odd.
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As the leaders in my troop of scouts (me included) is crazy for things that go "BOOM" and anything that burns in general, we try out new things to amuse ourselves, like building flamethrowers and the like. Today was such a day, and they were going to drive to our camp-site and detonate in some way a tank of propane. Don't know the size, but it's probably pretty dangerous. And most likely, pretty amusing
Now, it's so typical me to miss all the fun. I mean, that has to be
I've been out loads of times in dark woods at night with little to no light. Yet sometimes, ironically, light can make you see nothing at all. I was out jogging, and decided to take a lesser known route that's not lit at nights. The clock wasn't even 19, and it was pitch black. But the most annoying thing was the light coming from the other paths, as that completely destroyed my natural night-vision, forcing me to stumble around looking for the path.
Still, I managed to take a good
So yesterday, I went on a trip with the scouts. Not just any trip, a survival-kinda-thingy-trip.
We set off at 18:00, and were blindfolded and driven to a completely unfamiliar place. They took all our food, gave us two sleeping bags (we were three by the way) and little to no communication, 10 NOK (just below 2$) for food and two flashlights. It should be noted that at this time, things are really getting dark in the forest.
So we set off, and once the path ended,