May 8 - May 9, 2021
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
“Did you hear that?”
“I don’t know, like a crunch.”
“Well I heard something.”
“It’s the woods, there’s always sounds.”
“I don’t know, but-”
“It’s fine, it’s the woods.”
“It was just really clear. And like from somewhere behind us. Maybe next to us, I don’t know.”
“Well has it happened again?”
“I guess not, but I don’t know I wasn’t paying attention.”
“I think it’s fine.”
Hello if you’re watching this then you’ve successfully signed up for knife safety courses okay so you just got your knife and you don’t want to cut yourself or anyone else well this is this is how you prevent cutting someone else before you even cut your before you even use your knife you wanna do something that’s called a blood circle its a technique I learned in cub scouts if you just put your knife in a circle around you and if no one’s in the way of your circle that means you aren’t going to cut anyone so then you can open up your knife like this and then you can then you can cut stuff but since I have nothing to cut then I’ll show you cutting stuff in the next video, I hope this helps.
all together now
“Wait now I think I hear it too”
Giant honeybees have been found to collectively create a “shimmer” as a way to protect their hive from predators.
My grandmother keeps glass jars half full of water all over her yard to keep cats away. She can’t remember where she learned this. She says that the cats get scared away by their own reflection in the water. I’ve also read that people think it has more to do with a shimmer.