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(Daily Mail)   The best pictures of a hungry polar bear sticking its head through a porthole you'll see today   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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2009-10-05 09:16:25 AM  
I eated the walrus and buket... can haz human fo dessert?
 
2009-10-05 09:29:52 AM  
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That's a big farking bear.
 
2009-10-05 09:47:43 AM  
Believe you me, he wasn't after the soup. Polar bears (or isbjorns in Icelandic) make grizzly bears look like veggie wimps. They eat nothing but meat - no berries, no fruit, just meat - unlike other bears. They will run miles to chase prey down, and will eat the whole thing in one sitting, be it seal, fish, or human.

Go to Reykjavik sometime, and when one wonders into town, they kill it, because it's too farking dangerous to capture and set free in the wild, as it remembers and comes back. They are huge, powerful, farking lethal killing machines.

/go to Iceland sometimes
//just came back the other day
///my dinner was smoked raw puffin and minke whale steak - yummy
////yeah, I went there - and ate it
 
2009-10-05 10:34:51 AM  

ElPresidente: Believe you me, he wasn't after the soup. Polar bears (or isbjorns in Icelandic) make grizzly bears look like veggie wimps. They eat nothing but meat - no berries, no fruit, just meat - unlike other bears. They will run miles to chase prey down, and will eat the whole thing in one sitting, be it seal, fish, or human.

Go to Reykjavik sometime, and when one wonders into town, they kill it, because it's too farking dangerous to capture and set free in the wild, as it remembers and comes back. They are huge, powerful, farking lethal killing machines.

/go to Iceland sometimes
//just came back the other day
///my dinner was smoked raw puffin and minke whale steak - yummy
////yeah, I went there - and ate it


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2009-10-05 10:51:35 AM  
What? No "aww, I want a picture" lady jumping over the side to get a cute photo, followed one nanosecond later by a spray of blood large enough to be seen from space?
 
2009-10-05 10:59:33 AM  
Begging for food from ships on Svalbard? What kind of work is that for a Panserbjørn?
 
2009-10-05 11:05:33 AM  
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2009-10-05 11:06:19 AM  
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2009-10-05 11:23:52 AM  
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2009-10-05 11:34:44 AM  
Oh, this thread's gonna be fun. LOLbears!
 
2009-10-05 12:00:54 PM  
Look at the claws on that thing
 
2009-10-05 12:27:48 PM  
Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)
 
2009-10-05 12:56:57 PM  
Bear trifecta in play?

Bears are cool. One of the best Rick Mercer episodes ever is the one where he goes out on a big snow machine thingy to watch the bears.

/threatdown: bears!
 
2009-10-05 12:58:59 PM  
too funny
glad everyone stayed safe...
 
2009-10-05 12:59:32 PM  
That's a skinny bear.
 
2009-10-05 12:59:44 PM  

BigSnatch: Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)


Holy Christ!
 
2009-10-05 01:01:10 PM  
Was going to say "Careful...he's going for the knives...", but after seeing those meat hooks, he don't need no stinking knives..
 
2009-10-05 01:01:22 PM  
Col. Pithington's widely praised "Semi-Automatic Wild Game Head Mounting Device" in action.

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/hot like the tundra
 
2009-10-05 01:01:52 PM  
I move to have a "voteable" captioned bear thread. Starting to see some real winners already.
 
2009-10-05 01:03:03 PM  
Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)

Bear 1
Wilford Brimley 0
 
2009-10-05 01:03:50 PM  

BigSnatch: Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)


Holy shiite!
 
2009-10-05 01:04:16 PM  

Spandau: BigSnatch: Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)

Holy Christ!


Christ ain't there for that walrus, let's just say that.

/holy good god damn
 
2009-10-05 01:04:46 PM  
DONUT!
http://tinyurl.com/ydd3maz
(copy and paste)
 
2009-10-05 01:05:54 PM  
Big bear!
Big bear chase!
Big bear chase me!
 
2009-10-05 01:06:48 PM  
I love how many times they say "Polar bears are the largest land based carnivores and treat all animals as potential prey".

//also, I wonder if the guy in the galley crapped himself.
 
2009-10-05 01:07:03 PM  
"Where's the goddamned dog that took my apples?"
 
2009-10-05 01:07:23 PM  

gorgor: DONUT!
http://tinyurl.com/ydd3maz
(copy and paste)


At first I was a little timid to click on a Gorgor link; but boy was it funny!

/you win!
 
2009-10-05 01:08:37 PM  
All the people commenting on Polar Bear v. Walrus:

You didn't expect that it would be all nice, sanitary, and painless, did you? Polar bears (and Walrii, for that matter) are predators. They eat other animals. That means they have to kill them. Animals punctured by teeth and claws often bleed profusely, and red stands out when it hits white snow quite well.
 
2009-10-05 01:09:22 PM  
The best pictures of a hungry polar bear

Truly a Kodiak moment.
 
2009-10-05 01:09:54 PM  

dittybopper: All the people commenting on Polar Bear v. Walrus:

You didn't expect that it would be all nice, sanitary, and painless, did you? Polar bears (and Walrii, for that matter) are predators. They eat other animals. That means they have to kill them. Animals punctured by teeth and claws often bleed profusely, and red stands out when it hits white snow quite well.


Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.
 
2009-10-05 01:10:35 PM  
So, I take it that everyone has already seen "Grizzly Man".
 
2009-10-05 01:11:02 PM  

phlegmmo: The best pictures of a hungry polar bear

Truly a Kodiak moment.


nyuk nyuk
 
2009-10-05 01:11:42 PM  

BigSnatch: Polar Bear vs Walrus (new window, buckets of blood)


Man, it's going to take forever to get those blood stains out.

// Walrus should've tapped out.
// Tusk, tusk.
 
2009-10-05 01:13:06 PM  
six_ft_to_infinity: gorgor: DONUT!
http://tinyurl.com/ydd3maz
(copy and paste)

At first I was a little timid to click on a Gorgor link; but boy was it funny!

/you win!


You see all that red on the snow is just jelly filling :)
 
2009-10-05 01:13:29 PM  
Awwww. It's so cute. I want one as a pet.
 
2009-10-05 01:14:19 PM  
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Slip and fall photo dude. Slip and fall.
 
2009-10-05 01:14:28 PM  

hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.


Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.
 
2009-10-05 01:15:45 PM  

dittybopper: hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.

Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.


The joke - you missed it.
 
2009-10-05 01:16:06 PM  
I think I would have crapped myself if I was in the kitchen on that ship and turned to see a polar bear head in the window.

Sometimes you eat lunch and sometimes you ARE lunch.
 
2009-10-05 01:17:00 PM  

watox: dittybopper: hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.

Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.

The joke - you missed it.


I allowed for it possibly being a joke: That's the 'Not?' part.
 
2009-10-05 01:20:12 PM  
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2009-10-05 01:20:13 PM  

dittybopper: hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.

Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.


Bearmane ??
 
2009-10-05 01:20:55 PM  
Polar bears are amazing animals and it's really neat that they are called bears even though they are not closely related to bears. They are like koala bears and panda bears that are really another animal that has bear in the name that isn't a bear. Koala bears are a kind of kangaroo that doesn't jump, and panda bears are a kind of marmot. As for the polar bears, I think they are evolved from wolves or maybe leopard seals. One way you can tell is that polar bears cannot be seen under ultraviolet light, much like leopard seals, which helps them be invisible in the snow. Good thing we humans don't use the ultraviolet to see, otherwise we'd be eaten by bears we can't see.
 
2009-10-05 01:21:12 PM  
Go wear a seal hat in front of a polar bear
Link (new window)
 
2009-10-05 01:22:12 PM  

dittybopper: watox: dittybopper: hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.

Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.

The joke - you missed it.

I allowed for it possibly being a joke: That's the 'Not?' part.


True enough...
 
2009-10-05 01:23:37 PM  

portscanner: Go wear a seal hat in front of a polar bear
Link (new window)


Holy shiat that's funny.

Cruel, but funny.
 
2009-10-05 01:24:32 PM  

8.5 tailed fox: ...Good thing we humans don't use the ultraviolet to see, otherwise we'd be eaten by bears we can't see.


Now I know what I'm going to wake up screaming to tonight.
 
2009-10-05 01:26:55 PM  

dittybopper: hufnmouth:

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.

Serious? Not?

On the assumption of the first case, the bear doesn't care, it just wants to eat with the minimum of injury to itself. Bears are bears, not humans, and thus can't be 'humane'.


Well, I thought he'd be a little tidier what with his wearing all that white after Labor Day.
 
2009-10-05 01:27:01 PM  

hufnmouth: dittybopper: All the people commenting on Polar Bear v. Walrus:

You didn't expect that it would be all nice, sanitary, and painless, did you? Polar bears (and Walrii, for that matter) are predators. They eat other animals. That means they have to kill them. Animals punctured by teeth and claws often bleed profusely, and red stands out when it hits white snow quite well.

Well, yeah. But I thought the bear would be more humane in its killing.


I was expecting some piano wire or something.
 
2009-10-05 01:27:24 PM  

dittybopper: All the people commenting on Polar Bear v. Walrus:

You didn't expect that it would be all nice, sanitary, and painless, did you? Polar bears (and Walrii, for that matter) are predators. They eat other animals. That means they have to kill them. Animals punctured by teeth and claws often bleed profusely, and red stands out when it hits white snow quite well.


I absolutely did not expect it to be sanitary. However, intellectually knowing a thing and then getting a faceful of reality is a little different. Even going in knowing that the walrus is going to get the shiat knocked out of it, we, hidden safe behind the premade hamburger patty, may be a little Keanu about it. I don't feel guilty about that.
 
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