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(Anchorage Daily News)   Move to Alaska and experience the breathtaking views, the abundant seafood, the bears eating your Chihuahua in your backyard   (adn.com) divider line 22
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2014-05-14 08:40:31 PM  
7 votes:
I didn't realize the Alaskan bear was a fan of Mexican food.
2014-05-14 08:46:34 PM  
3 votes:
I don't know what the fox says...but the bear says "yo quiero taco bell
2014-05-15 01:17:21 PM  
2 votes:

I live in Georgia and I used to work at a vet's office. We had an elderly customer who would call us on a nearly daily basis to complain and fret over the hawk that she claimed was stalking her chihuahua. As in, flying down, perching on her windowsills and watching the dog through the window. It was hilarious.

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2014-05-15 12:00:16 PM  
2 votes:

whidbey: Yeah let's go move somewhere it's cold as fark and summer lasts a week.

Awesome idea.


Alaska is not for pussies.
2014-05-15 12:42:35 AM  
2 votes:
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2014-05-14 11:56:18 PM  
2 votes:

scottydoesntknow: Then on Tuesday, "I woke up and put my war paint on," she said.

She bought a shotgun, found the revolver that had been packed away, and moved the chickens into a dry cabin on the property.

This article reads like feminine "Grizzly" fanfic.


The bear was there first, lady. Respect.

CSB- I used to bartend in bear country, at Lake Alpine in NorCal. The town next to the lake is called Bear Valley...one night, I had an IRATE camper demand a cabin from me (we didn't have any available) because:
"A BEAR got into my camp and I want to know what you're going to do about it?"
I said, "Well sir, since this is BEAR Valley, there's not a whole lot I can do, except recommend you book a cabin next time and keep your food in one of the bear lockers next to your campsite." He went away mad, but at least he went away.
End CSB

/You know how to tell if you're being chased by a black bear or a brown (grizzly) bear? Climb a tree. If it's a black bear, it'll come up after you, if it's a brown bear, it'll shake you out of the tree
//Good times...
2014-05-14 11:32:12 PM  
2 votes:
Mooney, the Fish and Game biologist, said bear attacks on yippy, snack-sized canines don't occur often in Sitka because most people know it's only a matter of time before something eats those walking mockeries of an actual dog and so opt for a dog more able to defend itself than a McDonalds happy meal in a collar.
2014-05-15 04:22:00 PM  
1 votes:

TaskForce26: Moron moves to middle of the wilderness.  Feeds helpless pets to local wildlife.  Film at 11.


They already made that film. Twice.
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2014-05-15 07:00:23 AM  
1 votes:

TomD9938: whidbey: TomD9938: from Minneapolis

Two words:

Mosquitoes and humidity

/just sayin'

I'm well poised for a big move to Houston as I see it.

/ not sure if they have mosquitoes


Definitely mosquitoes in Houston, but they're not as bad as they are up North. Way rather deal with Texas mosquitoes than New Hampshire mosquitoes, which is my other significant experience.

Except a few years ago when there was one big rain during a drought and couple years of floodwater mosquitoes hatched. I had to work outside that day collecting samples near the Ship Channel and that was misery - Nomex suits really accentuate the itching. My wife reported mosquitoes on the 35th floor downtown as well.

If you lived in Houston in 2011 you probably remember that day.
2014-05-15 03:52:14 AM  
1 votes:

TheBigJerk: DarkVader: Chihuahua?  REALLY not seeing the downside here...

The dachshund was bred for hunting burrowing animals.  The bloodhound was bred for tracking things.  The German shepherd was bred for herding and hunting.

What the fark was the Chihuahua bred for?

After extensive research of doing a google search, I have found that their only purpose appears to be, "being an ugly, yappy little rat-creature."  All they've ever been is useless pets for people with a driving need to have an annoying, noisy little rat-creature in their home since the days of the Toltecs.


They were bred to be eaten.

Chihuahuas were bred by the Mesoamericans to be--surprise!--their version of pigs, since dogs will eat pretty much anything, are easy to keep and breed, and in the Americas, there weren't any other readily domesticable food animals for protein. But, you need them small if you're breeding carnivores for food, hence the Chihuahua as we know it today.

The Aztec version was a bit bigger and got fatter quicker; but that's what they were. They were slaughter animals. Keep them in pens, feed them garbage, and make stew out of them.
2014-05-15 02:23:43 AM  
1 votes:

AbiNormal: [www.seniorark.com image 618x468]


LOL! That was great! Reminds me of the old joke:

"How do you tell the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear? When you see a bear, climb a tree. If the bear climbs up after you and eats you, it's a black bear. If the bear knocks the tree down and eats you, it's a grizzly bear."
2014-05-15 02:01:30 AM  
1 votes:
Bear troubles?  Get a cat.

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2014-05-15 01:10:25 AM  
1 votes:

StanTheMan: That's what bulldogs are for.



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and little orange cats
2014-05-15 12:39:26 AM  
1 votes:
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2014-05-15 12:21:17 AM  
1 votes:

Ambivalence: In Alaska, Chihuahuas are not dogs, they are snacks for the wildlife.   The problem is, they think they're dogs and act like they're dogs, but they aren't.  They're prey to just about everything.

You have to be some kind of stupid to have a Chihuahua in Alaska.


Bears, cougars, lynx, bobcats, eagles, owls, hawks, foxes, wolves, wolverines, coyotes. Hell, their mosquitos are big enough to carry away a chihuahua.
2014-05-15 12:02:21 AM  
1 votes:
I wonder if it gave the bear the runs ...
2014-05-14 11:51:28 PM  
1 votes:
A Chihuahua once killed a grizzly bear in Yellowstone some years back.  The dog managed to choke the bear to death when he got caught in the bear's throat.
2014-05-14 11:36:13 PM  
1 votes:
FTFA:Myers believes Paco, who had never seen a bear, thought that the animal was a big dog. She believes Paco approached the bear and lay down, submitting to it.

Aaaand at the point in the article I completely lost my shiat. What could that bear be thinking at that point? "uhhhhm, ok? I guess I can end your suffering you poor little thing".

I'm still farking dying here! I love dogs but thats just farking funny.
2014-05-14 11:35:03 PM  
1 votes:

Ambivalence: In Alaska, Chihuahuas are not dogs, they are snacks for the wildlife.   The problem is, they think they're dogs and act like they're dogs, but they aren't.  They're prey to just about everything.

You have to be some kind of stupid to have a Chihuahua in Alaska.


Bears re-eating.
2014-05-14 11:30:14 PM  
1 votes:
Circle of liiiife
2014-05-14 10:59:38 PM  
1 votes:
One mammals prized companion is another mammals yummy snack.
2014-05-14 10:20:21 PM  
1 votes:
Then on Tuesday, "I woke up and put my war paint on," she said.

She bought a shotgun, found the revolver that had been packed away, and moved the chickens into a dry cabin on the property.


This article reads like feminine "Grizzly" fanfic.
 
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