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(NBC News)   Werewolves give us the creeps because...we are programmed to fear wolves...not body hair. Then how do they explain no werewolves in Brazil   ( divider line
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2012-10-29 11:44:21 AM  
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Werewolves give me the willies because they are wimpy, whiney, and passive-aggressive. That is the way that Lon Cheny Junior played the most successful film werewolf and he set the tone for all subsequent movie werewolves and many written werewolves. They just make me want to slap them. Grow a pair, puppy-boy!

They are the most mopey of all the monsters, almost as juvenile as Spiderman. I mean really. When mummies are more proactive and upbeat than you are, you have a problem you need to deal with.

Technically speaking, werewolves are not dead, so they should act it.

And there is too much negative PR against wolves incorporated into werewolf stories. The wolves need a good Anti-Defamation League. I suggest they found a group called Werewolves against Lycanthrope Defamation (WALD), or possibly Lupine Defamation more generally. Wolves need to get their side of the story out, show how important they are to the ecosystem and how badly they have been slandered. Sue the state of Wisconsin maybe.
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