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(CBC)   Old: Vicious, marauding predator kills, eats chickens. New: Orphaned, hungry, cute baby version of marauding predator MOVES IN with chickens. Awwwwm nom nom   (cbc.ca) divider line 22
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2013-12-29 01:29:38 PM
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2013-12-29 04:54:45 PM
I love chooks!
 
2013-12-29 04:59:39 PM

www.nextnature.net

Tinsel?  What a divine name for such a wonderful member of my family tree.

 
2013-12-29 05:16:51 PM
It's just on a secret mission for the bear community, making the chickens comfortable around bears, making them easier to catch.
 
2013-12-29 05:28:35 PM
This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please
 
2013-12-29 05:29:27 PM
 
2013-12-29 05:33:16 PM
Wrong button!

D'oh!

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2013-12-29 05:34:15 PM
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InterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please


That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.
 
2013-12-29 05:43:14 PM
And The Lion Shall Lie Down With The Lamb*


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Fresh Lambs Added On Thursdays
 
2013-12-29 05:43:18 PM
if i had been the farmer I would have been tempted to raise it as a pet but i know that be danageres.  But man what a gaurd animal that be for the farm.
 
2013-12-29 06:00:30 PM
Working on bear recovery must be a blast.  Being omnivores, just about anything you cook up is "the best thing ever" from their point of view.
 
2013-12-29 06:09:30 PM

Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.


I think a more direct cause of that cub's malnourishment was the no-chicken-eating thing.
 
2013-12-29 06:12:13 PM
What kind of farmer only checks the coop every 5 days?
 
2013-12-29 06:20:20 PM

Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.


Your newsletter, let me subscribe to it.
 
2013-12-29 06:38:42 PM
"Porridge made with water and some honey. He loved it. Dove right into it and licked it all up."

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Just right...
 
2013-12-29 06:42:14 PM

Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.


vectorblog.org
 
2013-12-29 10:33:12 PM

InterruptingQuirk: Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.

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What does IKEA have to do with this?
 
2013-12-29 10:59:10 PM

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: InterruptingQuirk: Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.

[vectorblog.org image 684x1024]

What does IKEA have to do with this?


His creative failure at  following directions
 
2013-12-29 11:52:58 PM

halB: Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.

I think a more direct cause of that cub's malnourishment was the no-chicken-eating thing.


Black bear cubs stay with their mothers for two YEARS, IIRC. This one was 10 months old. It's almost a damn miracle it was still alive. I wouldn't be surprised, however, if it was actually eating some of the eggs since it had five days to hang out with the birds.
 
2013-12-30 06:28:08 AM
Nobody in here but us chickens.
 
2013-12-30 09:04:24 AM

ladyfortuna: halB: Maggie_Luna: eInterruptingQuirk: This one obviously did not learn the necessary skills from mom to survive and now those bad learnin genes are going to be populated back out into the bear gene pool.


/do not make comparison with humans please

That's like saying an orphaned six-year old surviving alone in the wild is a detriment to the gene pool because it's doing it suckily.  The poor baby lost its mother, thus the malnurishment.  By this logic we should just shoot the orphans and children whose mothers die at birth/later in life.

I think a more direct cause of that cub's malnourishment was the no-chicken-eating thing.

Black bear cubs stay with their mothers for two YEARS, IIRC. This one was 10 months old. It's almost a damn miracle it was still alive. I wouldn't be surprised, however, if it was actually eating some of the eggs since it had five days to hang out with the birds.


Then I would say that failure point number one on this cub's part was not staying with it's mother.
 
2013-12-30 09:32:16 AM
On the way to jump aboard the snark train to comment on starving amidst plenty, it occurred to me that if you stuck a malnourished human kindergartener in a chicken coop, they'd also be more likely to eat the chicken feed and eggs than the live chickens. Scratchy pecking things don't look at all like mother's cooking.
 
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