Friday, February 20, 2009

Sharks and the Economy

There's always a silver lining.

Shark attacks on humans were at the lowest levels in half a decade last year, and a Florida researcher says hard economic times may be to blame.
When the economy improves, shark attack numbers are likely to go up again, according to Burgess, predicting the number of attacks in the next decade will surpass those of the past 10 years.
So, I can only assume that this shark expert/economist believes that the economy will improve as shark attacks increase. Following that logic (loosely), it's safe to say that my wife and I will be moving to Gansbaai, South Africa next year since that is the shark attack capital of the world.