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(HelenaIR.com)   Most incompetent hunter on earth illegally shoots grizzly bear he thought was a black bear, tracks it into heavy brush with his hunting partner where bear turns on them, then fatally shoots partner while trying to save him from bear   (helenair.com) divider line 101
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2011-09-24 11:11:31 PM
I hope they charge Bell for poaching as well. If you're to stupid to tell the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear, you have no business hunting bears.
 
2011-09-24 11:12:30 PM
Damn you too autocorrect.
 
2011-09-24 11:18:18 PM
The second amendment actually works for once.
 
2011-09-24 11:38:44 PM

monty666: The second amendment actually works for once.


Does it protect a bear's right to your arms?
 
2011-09-25 01:43:29 AM
So the bear won?
 
2011-09-25 01:44:02 AM
H must be the most incompetent hunter this side of Dick Cheney...
 
2011-09-25 01:44:37 AM

Paris1127: He must be the most incompetent hunter this side of Dick Cheney...


FTFM
 
2011-09-25 01:47:19 AM
Well, he did forget about his worries and his strife.
 
2011-09-25 01:51:06 AM
www.anorak.co.uk
 
2011-09-25 01:53:17 AM

Driver: [www.anorak.co.uk image 640x477]


LOLLOLOLOL
 
2011-09-25 01:55:06 AM

Piizzadude: So the bear won?


Not really, it died too.

Sounds like an inexperienced "spray and pray" and the friend got it, too.

Although I really can't speak towards firing at an angry Grizzly, there are few examples of it these days. Maybe he was just trying to save his shiat.
 
2011-09-25 01:55:49 AM
The headline elicited a bark of laughter that scared my cats and demanded an explanation from my rudely awakened husband.

+1 Would read again.
 
2011-09-25 01:57:32 AM
30.media.tumblr.com
 
2011-09-25 01:58:46 AM

Lsherm: Piizzadude: So the bear won?

Not really, it died too.

Sounds like an inexperienced "spray and pray" and the friend got it, too.

Although I really can't speak towards firing at an angry Grizzly, there are few examples of it these days. Maybe he was just trying to save his shiat.


Yeah but he took one out and helped get a hunter out of the woods....
 
2011-09-25 01:59:31 AM

ltdanman44: Driver: [www.anorak.co.uk image 640x477]

LOLLOLOLOL


I grew up 10 minutes from the Fort Steele Campground, and I don't recall ever seeing or hearing about that sign. It's quite funny, though.
 
2011-09-25 02:03:11 AM

SweetSilverBlues: The headline elicited a bark of laughter that scared my cats and demanded an explanation from my rudely awakened husband.

+1 Would read again.


Really? I don't think Subby was trying to be funny, he was just stating what happened.
 
2011-09-25 02:04:24 AM
"How do you measure yourself against other hunters, Ty?"
 
2011-09-25 02:06:31 AM

Paris1127: H must be the most incompetent hunter this side of Dick Cheney...


Apparently initiation is required to join that club

Darwin nominee 1 (new window)

Darwin nominee 2 (nsfw language)
 
2011-09-25 02:09:22 AM

Driver: [www.anorak.co.uk image 640x477]


Took a while to get to the payoff but boy was it there.
 
2011-09-25 02:09:52 AM
Are we so sure this was all not an elaborate murder plot?
 
2011-09-25 02:10:26 AM
And so the bear says "you really aren't here for the hunting, are you."
 
2011-09-25 02:12:46 AM
FTFA: "We're fairly convinced it was obviously an accident," Bowe said. "But the county attorney will review the final report once we're done."

If you're "fairly" convinced, then it may have been "likely" an accident or "probably" an accident, but it definitely wasn't "obviously" one.
 
2011-09-25 02:18:27 AM
Dick, Dick Cheney is that you?
 
2011-09-25 02:19:31 AM

trerro: FTFA: "We're fairly convinced it was obviously an accident," Bowe said. "But the county attorney will review the final report once we're done."

If you're "fairly" convinced, then it may have been "likely" an accident or "probably" an accident, but it definitely wasn't "obviously" one.


That would be the dumbest murder plot ever.
 
2011-09-25 02:22:09 AM
www.deathandtaxesmag.com
 
2011-09-25 02:27:02 AM

hammettman: "How do you measure yourself against other hunters, Ty?"


By height.
 
2011-09-25 02:27:07 AM
For some reason, this reminds me of a sign I saw when I was riding into Yellowstone one time. It was a big sign with slots to hold plaques with the various hazards one could expect to see on the road that day. (Like the Colbert ThreatDown) That particular day, it said,

CAUTION

WILDLIFE
PLOWING

I was never sure whether the wildlife was doing the plowing or being plowed but either way would be disturbing.
 
2011-09-25 02:35:57 AM
TA-DA!
 
2011-09-25 02:42:02 AM
You probably thought this bear was alive...

And this hunter was alive....

NOPE!
 
2011-09-25 02:43:12 AM
I know a hunter so incompetent he had to shoot a deer in the side, twice, with a muzzleloader, while it was charging him. At least, that's what he told his buddy the game warden. Some people should not hunt.

Also, thanks for bearscatsign.jpg. Always worth the seconds it takes to read it.
 
2011-09-25 02:45:04 AM

xyresic: You probably thought this bear was alive...

And this hunter was alive....

NOPE!


The giggles. I has 'em.
 
2011-09-25 02:52:23 AM
Shoot the hostage.
 
2011-09-25 02:53:40 AM

Driver: [www.anorak.co.uk image 640x477]


YOU BASTARD!!! Damn that was funny, and to think I almost stopped reading half way through.
 
2011-09-25 02:55:56 AM

Rip Dashrock: And so the bear says "you really aren't here for the hunting, are you."


First thought I had too, thanks.
 
2011-09-25 03:06:27 AM
Clearly this would not have happened if our continuing economic decline and double-dip recession, attributable solely to the Obama administration and his inept and misguided minions, had not transpired.
 
2011-09-25 03:19:08 AM
Maybe he was just trying to help the other guy "Play dead".
 
2011-09-25 03:22:45 AM

Notabunny: Paris1127: H must be the most incompetent hunter this side of Dick Cheney...

Apparently initiation is required to join that club

Darwin nominee 1 (new window)

Darwin nominee 2 (nsfw language)


The US could use the Swiss model that the nutjobs are so enamored with. Everyone must goes through weeks of training & vetting. If you're too stupid or mentally ill, no guns for you.

I really hope the Swiss aren't dumb enough hand out guns to farktards who can't pass basic training?
 
2011-09-25 03:45:19 AM
Two key differences:

The First:
Grizzlies no longer live in the continental United States[excepting Alaska](there are 3 or 4 confirmed Grizzlies in North Cascades National Park from what I hear).

The Second:
Brown/Black bears are timid and will avoid you.The only time a black bear will ever charge you is if you pin in it a corner or literally pick up its cub with your hands. Even bears tears through somebodies car will run away if a human comes on the scene jogging toward them.

Grizzlies on the other hand, don't give a shiat. They are kind of timid in nature, but if they've seen humans before they do not give a fark about what you think. If a grizzly is tearing apart your car looking for perfume(and you'll know, Grizzlies are some big animals), stay the fark away. Not only can he run faster than you, but a single swing of his paw can decapitate you. Not to mention, they are very aggresive: should you find cubs dicking around on a trail in your remote part of British Columbia or Alaska, it would be a very good idea to relocate several hundreds yards back up the trail until the cubs have moved themselves. You don't want to find out what happens when you get between a 1500 pound hormone-city female and her cubs.
 
2011-09-25 03:50:19 AM
i2.squidoocdn.com


bear no want bullets...

bear want sedatives...
 
2011-09-25 04:03:47 AM

Yaxe: Two key differences:

The First:
Grizzlies no longer live in the continental United States[excepting Alaska](there are 3 or 4 confirmed Grizzlies in North Cascades National Park from what I hear).

The Second:
Brown/Black bears are timid and will avoid you.The only time a black bear will ever charge you is if you pin in it a corner or literally pick up its cub with your hands. Even bears tears through somebodies car will run away if a human comes on the scene jogging toward them.

Grizzlies on the other hand, don't give a shiat. They are kind of timid in nature, but if they've seen humans before they do not give a fark about what you think. If a grizzly is tearing apart your car looking for perfume(and you'll know, Grizzlies are some big animals), stay the fark away. Not only can he run faster than you, but a single swing of his paw can decapitate you. Not to mention, they are very aggresive: should you find cubs dicking around on a trail in your remote part of British Columbia or Alaska, it would be a very good idea to relocate several hundreds yards back up the trail until the cubs have moved themselves. You don't want to find out what happens when you get between a 1500 pound hormone-city female and her cubs.



Yellowstone is calling a lot and feels left out.

Poor Yellowstone.

/Don't Alaskans call grizzlies "Brown Bears"?
 
2011-09-25 04:05:19 AM
We're fairly convinced it was obviously an accident

Oddly enough, even today.
 
2011-09-25 04:09:26 AM
What can I say? We bears know how to use a meat shield.
 
2011-09-25 04:11:03 AM

Old Huntstein: ltdanman44: Driver: [www.anorak.co.uk image 640x477]

LOLLOLOLOL

I grew up 10 minutes from the Fort Steele Campground, and I don't recall ever seeing or hearing about that sign. It's quite funny, though.


There's this thing called The GIMP. Perhaps you've heard of it.
 
2011-09-25 04:28:55 AM
The bear also died.

Damn, I was hoping for a sequel.
 
2011-09-25 04:39:36 AM

queezyweezel: I hope they charge Bell for poaching as well. If you're to stupid to tell the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear, you have no business

BREATHING.

They should've asked him to take them to the bear den, shot him in the head, and left him there and say the partner informed them of the incident and his whereabouts are unknown.
 
2011-09-25 05:10:12 AM
LOL.

Never bothers me when someone who enjoys killing ends up getting killed.
 
2011-09-25 05:18:44 AM

Yaxe: Two key differences:

The First:
Grizzlies no longer live in the continental United States[excepting Alaska](there are 3 or 4 confirmed Grizzlies in North Cascades National Park from what I hear).

The Second:
Brown/Black bears are timid and will avoid you.The only time a black bear will ever charge you is if you pin in it a corner or literally pick up its cub with your hands. Even bears tears through somebodies car will run away if a human comes on the scene jogging toward them.

Grizzlies on the other hand, don't give a shiat. They are kind of timid in nature, but if they've seen humans before they do not give a fark about what you think. If a grizzly is tearing apart your car looking for perfume(and you'll know, Grizzlies are some big animals), stay the fark away. Not only can he run faster than you, but a single swing of his paw can decapitate you. Not to mention, they are very aggresive: should you find cubs dicking around on a trail in your remote part of British Columbia or Alaska, it would be a very good idea to relocate several hundreds yards back up the trail until the cubs have moved themselves. You don't want to find out what happens when you get between a 1500 pound hormone-city female and her cubs.


You wanna know how I know you didn't RTFA and/or are ESL?
 
2011-09-25 06:01:48 AM
You don't come here for the hunting, do you?
 
2011-09-25 06:16:22 AM
blogs.amctv.com
 
2011-09-25 06:28:21 AM
book em, lou
 
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