Jul 13 2013

How to deal with a bear

This TV news reporter gives viewers advice on what to do if they are suddenly confronted by a bear.


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  1. 1
    Dave W

    Based on the title you gave this post, I thought for sure it was going to be this old ad.

  2. 2

    If you cut the audio and switch the color to a green monochrome, you have the makings of pretty much every episode of Ghost Hunters.

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    Rob Grigjanis

    I’ve heard you should carry noise-makers, like bells and whistles, to let bears know you’re there. And you can tell grizzlies are around if you find poop with bells and whistles in it.

  4. 4

    That’s embearassing!

  5. 5
    Mano Singham


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    Mano Singham

    I had never seen that ad. Pretty funny!

  7. 7

    I assumed this was a hoax, but here it is:


  8. 8
    F [i'm not here, i'm gone]

    CRANSTON – Witnesses describe the defensive reactions of some people to the idea of “separation of church and state”.

  9. 9

    well, it is mildly entertaining. looks like she’d make a fine kindergarten teacher.

  10. 10

    The bear-alarmist media notwithstanding, humans are not on a black bear’s list of things that are good to eat. Waving your arms won’t “let the bear know you’re human” – s/he’ll know by your smell (their sight isn’t all that great) – but it could frighten the bear and then you don’t quite know what it would do; it might run away, it might back off or it might charge at you…….oh and don’t climb a tree:


    And if it’s a grizzly or a kodiak all bets are off and you better leave as quietly as possible. If it’s a polar bear you’re ass in big trouble – they do hunt humans sometimes.

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