The other day I was at Barnes & Noble, and I heard a couple guys in the next aisle mocking one of the books. This struck me as unusual, because the only places I normally hear mockery in public are in my head and coming out of my mouth.
As I went around the corner, I saw two employees put down a book and go back to whatever they were doing. Thankful that I didn’t see myself already standing there, I walked over to where they were standing and picked up the book they were looking at. It was called “The Camping Cookbook”.
Now, I have never been camping in my life. If you’ve been following along, you know that Mother Nature and I are mortal enemies, and we have a simple “live and let die” policy, where we don’t directly attack each other, but neither of us will lift a finger to help the other. Camping would be unnecessarily provocative, like firing rockets into a neighbor’s yard. Continue reading