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(WTVR) Video While the promise of a 674-pound dead bear in a truck should be enough to get you to click, it's the reaction of the locals that will convince you to watch the entire video   (wtvr.com) divider line 48
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2012-12-14 09:52:27 AM  
dead animal that probably won't be used for meat + big truck = hunter with tiny penis
 
2012-12-14 09:56:59 AM  
"ThassahyoojunritetareawltellyewwhutsunbleebleWHOOOOO!!!!"

Wat?
 
2012-12-14 10:09:03 AM  
Today I learned that everybody in central VA carries a flip phone, and sounds like an extra from "The Waterboy"
 
2012-12-14 10:31:37 AM  

bugmn99: "ThassahyoojunritetareawltellyewwhutsunbleebleWHOOOOO!!!!"

Wat?


I'tellyahesheshesabigbigone. lookethis paaaaaaaaaaaaaaws.
 
2012-12-14 10:35:05 AM  
What the fark is wrong with people? How can someone possibly enjoy killing creatures like this and call it a sport?
farking hunters!
 
2012-12-14 10:42:10 AM  
When's the last time you heard of anybody being mauled by a bear? You're welcome hunters.
 
2012-12-14 10:46:44 AM  
Kill to eat not for sport people.

No good reason why to...
 
2012-12-14 11:02:28 AM  
i.imgur.com
I see what you did thar.
 
2012-12-14 11:20:42 AM  
What a waste.
 
2012-12-14 11:23:08 AM  
This reinforces that everyone sounds 20 iq points stupider with a southern accent.
 
2012-12-14 11:48:47 AM  

Tank_Fuzzbutt: What the fark is wrong with people? How can someone possibly enjoy killing creatures like this and call it a sport?
farking hunters!


I don't have that much of a problem with them killing a 9ft bear.

/Not a hunter
 
2012-12-14 11:50:02 AM  
My USA, USA, USA moment of the day. The vote of all those people counts just the same as mine.
 
2012-12-14 12:00:44 PM  

bugmn99: "ThassahyoojunritetareawltellyewwhutsunbleebleWHOOOOO!!!!"

Wat?


media.comicvine.com
 
2012-12-14 12:16:29 PM  
Obviously polar bears are turning black due to reduction of their environment.
 
2012-12-14 12:45:01 PM  
Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.
 
2012-12-14 12:52:19 PM  
Why is every one assuming that he isn't going to eat it?

/Has eaten black bear before
//Was tasty
///Not a redneck
 
2012-12-14 01:12:42 PM  
We finally know where Boomhauer is from.
 
2012-12-14 02:32:40 PM  

SoCalChris: Why is every one assuming that he isn't going to eat it?

/Has eaten black bear before
//Was tasty
///Not a redneck


Yeah, people that assume it isn't eaten are people who know nobody that hunts.
 
2012-12-14 02:38:25 PM  

unyon: This reinforces that everyone sounds 20 iq points stupider with a southern accent.


Their accent is more Appalachian (aka.hillbilly, redneck) than Deep South or Tidewater.
 
2012-12-14 03:18:51 PM  

SoCalChris: Why is every one assuming that he isn't going to eat it?

/Has eaten black bear before
//Was tasty
///Not a redneck


They have appalachian accents, therefore are inferior to the erudites on Fark.

/hunt if you want to hunt
//follow the rules
///be safe
 
2012-12-14 03:37:08 PM  
No credit to the firearms manufacturer?
 
2012-12-14 04:58:45 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.


I live in an area with bears and with limited bear hunting.

Better ways to deal with the problem:

Mandatory locks on garbage bins
Fines and threats of jail time to businesses and residences who don't secure attractants (bbq grills, fruit trees, garbage, grease traps)
Public awareness campaigns ("Be Bear Smart!" says the Ministry of Environment)
Relocation of problem bears to 2000 miles north

Can't recall ever hearing of someone attacked by a bear 'round here. In Sept/Oct there are bears roaming the streets the way some neighbourhoods have cats. Healthy respect and pepper spray in my pocket and I've never felt in any danger.
 
2012-12-14 05:07:57 PM  
SoCalChris: Why is every one assuming that he isn't going to eat it?

He shot it On Tuesday. It's now Friday.

From what I hear, it's important to get a bear gutted, skinned, de-fatted (for lack of a better term), and cooled as quickly as possible if you want the meat to be edible.

It took him all day to get it out of the woods so it may have been too late to save the meat by the time he got to the processor anyway.
 
2012-12-14 05:35:57 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.


How about we all agree to human population control and then we can stop encroaching on the wildlife's habitat.
 
2012-12-14 05:54:32 PM  
Nice Rug !
 
2012-12-14 05:55:40 PM  

Rich Cream: Obviously polar bears are turning black due to reduction of their environment.


they say once you go...
 
2012-12-14 06:21:34 PM  

Bill_Wick's_Friend: Ow! That was my feelings!: For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.

I live in an area with bears and with limited bear hunting.

Better ways to deal with the problem:

Mandatory locks on garbage bins
Fines and threats of jail time to businesses and residences who don't secure attractants (bbq grills, fruit trees, garbage, grease traps)
Public awareness campaigns ("Be Bear Smart!" says the Ministry of Environment)
Relocation of problem bears to 2000 miles north

Can't recall ever hearing of someone attacked by a bear 'round here. In Sept/Oct there are bears roaming the streets the way some neighbourhoods have cats. Healthy respect and pepper spray in my pocket and I've never felt in any danger.


Ok, I can support most of what you wrote. Do you really want us dumping 100s of bears on you Canucks? Sometimes it is not practical to re-locate and they need to be putdown. Sad, but a fact. Hunting reduces that need and actually generates revenue to pay for relocation, when practical.
 
2012-12-14 06:22:04 PM  
Bill_Wick's_Friend:

Better ways to deal with the problem:
Mandatory locks on garbage bins


Not sure if serious or never seen a bear that wants something...
 
2012-12-14 06:32:58 PM  

Tank_Fuzzbutt: Ow! That was my feelings!: Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.

How about we all agree to human population control and then we can stop encroaching on the wildlife's habitat.


This argument has almost reached the cliche point. While true some of the times, wildlife are expanding THEIR habitat into urban/suburban areas. In my neighborhood, a 100+ year old south Denver neighborhood, 15 miles from the foothills, we are seeing bear, deer, coyote, MOUNTAIN LION, etc showing up. We are not "encroaching" on their habitat, they are encroaching on ours. Not their fault, they are doing what comes natural. But the conflict is much more complicated than "we're encroaching on their habitat." Wildlife is just getting too comfortable in urban/suburban environments and they need to be controlled.
 
2012-12-14 06:33:19 PM  
Stephen Colbert can sleep well tonight.
 
2012-12-14 06:48:36 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance.


Link
There has not been a recorded bear attack fatality in Virginia in centuries.
More people have been killed in the past 100 years by PET black bears then they have by wild ones.
 
2012-12-14 07:02:55 PM  

Cubicle Jockey: Ow! That was my feelings!: They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance.

Link
There has not been a recorded bear attack fatality in Virginia in centuries.
More people have been killed in the past 100 years by PET black bears then they have by wild ones.


So, only bear attacks that result in fatalities count? We've had several bear attacks and one fatality in Colorado in the last few years. These incidents are INCREASING! Blame people 100%, doesn't matter. The bear population is at a level that it is in conflict with humans on a constant basis. Schools getting locked down because of bears is becoming a routine occurance. The bear population needs to be controlled before it gets out of hand and more people are hurt or killed. They are not an endangered species.
 
2012-12-14 07:06:46 PM  

Cubicle Jockey: More people have been killed in the past 100 years by PET black bears then they have by wild ones.


I would argue that ALL black bears are wild black bears. Some people harbor wild animals, and then act surprised their family acts surprised when it mauls them.
 
2012-12-14 08:58:00 PM  

Tank_Fuzzbutt: Ow! That was my feelings!: Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.

How about we all agree to human population control and then we can stop encroaching on the wildlife's habitat.


Caaarazy talk.
 
2012-12-14 10:34:38 PM  

LoneVVolf: Bill_Wick's_Friend:

Better ways to deal with the problem:
Mandatory locks on garbage bins

Not sure if serious or never seen a bear that wants something...


Serious.

THe plastic tub garbage bins (you know the ones...with the notch on the side for the hook on the truck to grab on and dump) have reinforced steel rims and joints and have steel plates on both sides that lock in. Rather ingenious local design. The inventor has made a lot of money on it.

Locked garbage bin vs grizz
 
2012-12-14 11:14:37 PM  
www.westernhunter.com

Git off there before I blast you, damn fool bear.
 
2012-12-15 12:38:03 AM  

Tank_Fuzzbutt: What the fark is wrong with people? How can someone possibly enjoy killing creatures like this and call it a sport?
farking hunters!


It's either hunting this, or a few targets of opportunity at a Connecticut elementary school, what's your choice?

/You have to pick one.
 
2012-12-15 03:58:43 AM  

ModernPrimitive01: dead animal that probably won't be used for meat + big truck = hunter with tiny penis


wait, why would they not use it for meat? just cause you dont see it in your hippie new york city organic foot store doesent mean people dont eat it.

/ the bear, not the tiny penis.
 
2012-12-15 03:59:53 AM  
"we want to warn you, you may find this video disturbing"

Well, how am I gonna know until after you show me, i am sure not gonna change over to MTV2 now...
 
2012-12-15 04:02:30 AM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.


But no, man, guns are bad, killing things no matter how much it helps the world is bad, and killing things with guns is bad.

Besides, hunting is mainly pursued by men who are real men, and they have to tear them down to look less wimpy.

/ never been hunting.
 
2012-12-15 08:44:50 AM  

uwantfries: SoCalChris: Why is every one assuming that he isn't going to eat it?

He shot it On Tuesday. It's now Friday.

From what I hear, it's important to get a bear gutted, skinned, de-fatted (for lack of a better term), and cooled as quickly as possible if you want the meat to be edible.

It took him all day to get it out of the woods so it may have been too late to save the meat by the time he got to the processor anyway.


it said in the report that he was just going to make it his trophy.. not going to use any meat
 
2012-12-15 10:38:26 AM  
moodle.solanco.org
 
2012-12-15 11:35:25 AM  
It's like a freakin' Country Bear Jamberoo around here.
 
2012-12-15 01:16:33 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Wow. That is shockingly large for a Black Bear. I've seen Grizzlies that weren't that big.

For those folks in this thread that are bashing the hunter, I get your point, I'm a non-trophy hunting hunter. But unless you live in an area where there are bear, you don't understand. They are overpopulated, which pushes them into conflict with people. They are not just a nuisance, they are a very dangerous nuisance. The population needs to be controlled and hunting is only realistic way to go about it. If you have another idea to deal with the problem, feel free to share it.


Another idea: Teach birth control in Virginia schools.
 
2012-12-15 03:16:20 PM  
Having lived in Alaska and hunted bear a bear taken in the fall tastes very good because they fatten up for the winter. However in the spring scrawny and tough.
 
2012-12-15 04:10:17 PM  
I wish bears would kill more hunters. Like, a lot more. Then it would actually be exciting and fair.
 
2012-12-15 11:10:48 PM  
One of the most unsettling sights for me is when I see a skinned bear in the back of a truck. For a split-second, until I get a good look at the head and the claws, they look alarmingly like I'd imagine a skinned person would look.

/Bear burgers can be pretty tasty, and bear lard makes the best pie crust EVAR.

//No, I don't live in the city....
 
2012-12-16 11:10:15 PM  

Tank_Fuzzbutt: What the fark is wrong with people? How can someone possibly enjoy killing creatures like this and call it a sport?
farking hunters!


Really, why can't they just go to the supermarket like humans have been doing for tens of thousands of years?
 
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