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post #1 of 22
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Did this 20 year old guy forget that Pandas are bears?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081122/..._bites_student
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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
Did this 20 year old guy forget that Pandas are bears?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081122/..._bites_student
You'd think a twenty-year-old would have a little bit of sense.
post #3 of 22
Only one word to describe him......NUMPTY!!
post #4 of 22
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You'd think a twenty-year-old would have a little bit of sense.
When was the last time you were on a college campus? lol This really doesn't surprise me, it just makes me sad.
post #5 of 22
So does this mean that I can't go up and pet a mountain lion because it looks cuddly?
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When was the last time you were on a college campus? lol This really doesn't surprise me, it just makes me sad.
Thursday afternoon! I teach college, and seriously, most of the 20-year-olds I've taught over the last three decades have had a lot more sense than that. Note that I said "most", not "all".
post #7 of 22
That's a good bear. Who needs a guard dog when you have Yang Yang?

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"We cannot make it like a prison. We already have signs up warning people not to climb in," he said. "There are no fences along roads but people know not to cross if there are cars. This is basic knowledge."
Only if you aren't a total moron is it basic knowledge.
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Only if you aren't a total moron is it basic knowledge.
Somewhere, sometime, someone had to get bitten by a bear for mankind to know that bears are dangerous. Mankind isn't born with any set of survival skills; he has to learn them.
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Somewhere, sometime, someone had to get bitten by a bear for mankind to know that bears are dangerous. Mankind isn't born with any set of survival skills; he has to learn them.
I think it's hilarious that some never do.
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I think it's hilarious that some never do.
Then I guess the next question is: do they deserve to survive?

DO A GOOD DEED: FEED THE BEAR A KNUCKLEHEAD TODAY
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Then I guess the next question is: do they deserve to survive?

DO A GOOD DEED: FEED THE BEAR A KNUCKLEHEAD TODAY
At the very least their stupidity leaves them a painful lesson. How many never learn, even after seeing other make the same mistake?

As Jeff Foxworthy would say, "Here's your sign."
post #12 of 22
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As Jeff Foxworthy would say, "Here's your sign."
That's Bill Engvall
post #13 of 22
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Originally Posted by Kai Bengals View Post
That's Bill Engvall
Meh...I'm always getting those guys confused.
post #14 of 22
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DO A GOOD DEED: FEED THE BEAR A KNUCKLEHEAD TODAY
Ha, Is there a tiger I can hug somewhere? They are so cute! Pretty big kitty. "Here puss puss puss".
post #15 of 22
Wow, some people just don't get that these are wild animals, not pets! In Yellowstone one time I saw a man pick up his small child and swing him right up in front of a buffalo, so he could take a picture!! The kid could've reached out and touched the Buffalo, it started pawing the ground and someone grabbed the kid luckily.
post #16 of 22
I wonder what he was drunking, when he had thought I want to give a bear a hug. It always amazes me when people do things like that.
post #17 of 22
Just as a technicality, pandas are NOT bears. They're most closely related to raccoons, if I remember correctly.

And no, I wouldn't hug a raccoon, either!
post #18 of 22
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Just as a technicality, pandas are NOT bears. They're most closely related to raccoons, if I remember correctly.

And no, I wouldn't hug a raccoon, either!
Great, great big racoons!!
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by mrblanche View Post
Just as a technicality, pandas are NOT bears. They're most closely related to raccoons, if I remember correctly.

And no, I wouldn't hug a raccoon, either!
The panda IS a bear according to these sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panda_bear

http://www.bearplanet.org/pandabear.shtml

http://www.greatbear.org/pandabear.htm

http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Animals/Gi...ts/default.cfm
post #20 of 22
They weren't bears when I was in college. Ah, the world goes on!
post #21 of 22
Little Bears, big Racoons? Still not the place to go when you're in the mood for warm cuddlies
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Little Bears, big Racoons? Still not the place to go when you're in the mood for warm cuddlies
I am in the mood for warm cuddles.....Hug me ?
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