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To: GladesGuru

Done.

Fatal attacks by black bears in the wild, esp. in the Eastern US, are extremely rare. Fewer than one per decade on average.

Blacks are not dangerous. In the wild they almost always avoid humans. In fact, it’s pretty hard for your average hiker or camper to find one even if he is being recklessly irresponsible about cooking and waste disposal.

“Feral” does not mean what you seem to think it means.

The gun charge against the guy in Mass. is BS. But he acted like a jerk.


33 posted on 04/09/2013 12:07:10 PM PDT by Romulus
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To: Romulus

“But he acted like a jerk.”

In what way?

Having bear at my home I can assure you that any bear at my home acting as did the one described by the persecuted Mass. resident, would be given a chance to leave. Refusal would constitute Bad Bruin Behavior (BBB) Syndrome. BBB is a serious situation, for bruins and humans, and must be cured in the most expeditious manner.

BBB is caused by a diet deficient in heavy metals.

Immediate injection of lead cures BBB Syndrome.

Under dosage is dangerous to both bruin and human populations, and recommended against.


43 posted on 04/09/2013 4:03:31 PM PDT by GladesGuru (In a society predicated upon freedom, it is necessary to examine principles."..)
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