If I were stranded in an unknown city with no money or resources, I think I would be trembled. However in order to survive, I need to think fast and sharp. Where can I get food? I am so hungry now, I have not been eating for days, and it is so cold out here.
There are some foods thrown in the back lane of the restaurant, would I take it? One side of my brain says, “Take it”, the other says, “Hey dude, you can do better than that”.
Alternatively, I should bag for food or just sneak in to one of those nice houses for food. While walking I saw an empty dark house at the corner of the road. I crawled over its sharp gate and go towards the glass window at the back of the house, there is a huge chandelier on top of the ceiling, dim, and nobody seems to be in the humongous house. I saw a computer on one of the room filled with books. Arr…may be I can get access to the net and check out what is happening to me right now. Quietly, I sneak in from one of the semi broken window. I tiptoe towards the computer; it is really dark and cold, my hands are shivering. The streetlights are my only guide. I need to be fast, hit the on button, and this bloody Mac’s “Eng” sound scared me a little. While accessing to my bank account from Malaysia, a LOUD alarm triggered. Oh God, what is happening to me? Without delaying, I run for my life. What have I done wrong to deserve a BURN NOTICE. ARGGGGGGGGGGG!!! RUN, RUN, RUN!
Yea, that is my version of survival. Starting June 28th Michael Weston, a CIA Operative on USA Network's Burn Notice,a new TV series, will show us how he deals with a similar situation.