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Thread: Bear gets OWNED!




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    Heh I was almost positive it was the vid of the bear for the samon commercial but this is different. All I can say right now is PWNED!
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    I remember seeing that on the news not too long ago actually.

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    I bet the next time it comes off the trampoline it'll remember not to land on its head. :laugh:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I bet the next time it comes off the trampoline it'll remember not to land on its head. :laugh:
    He prolly won't be able to remember after he sanps his neck...
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    Well it'll be unlikely that it will make the same mistake twice. :D

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    poor bear, man thats horrible. They might as well have used a shotgun. I bet the shooter feels pretty terrible about the whole thing.

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    I thing the question would be if the shooter could bear to live with it. ;)

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    He didn't die but its the only way the bear will get down with out hurting anyone....he was later let out far into the wilderness...he was prolly just sorewhen he woke up.

    Its amazing how that tranquilzer works so fast on a huge ass bear!
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    Now children, THAT'S why we don't do flips on the trampoline!:no:
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