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    Cool Bear saves the day, oh what a insufferable thought.

    Theses bear are insufferable. Why can't they behave and not act accordingly. Now we don't know whether they're here to help or hurt us.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...src=nl_az_most

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    Reminds me of the report story back in 2012 about the man who was attacked by a mountain lion but was then rescued by a bear that had been habituated to him.

    http://whiteblaze.net/forum/showthre...-by-bear/page2

    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headline...saved-by-bear/
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    Must have been some "magic" mushrooms.

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    Excellent stories referenced. I think it just goes to show th as t bears are bears and any attempt to explain their actions is fought with danger as there are so few human / bear encounters that it's nearly impossible to properly catorgize them. So of like explaining these suicide bombers/shooters, there so few, yet CNN will carry on for so time as to how to catagorize them. Most of the proposed solutions wouldn't even cover the latest shooter, yet they cry about how this time we'll rise to action.

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