Bear VS Cat

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Marlin T, May 7, 2009.

  1. Marlin T

    Marlin T Well-Known Member

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  2. ARB

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    Why the hell, would anyone want to watch that? I didn't even finish it. That cub sounded like a terrified child, and that's where my interests end.
     

  3. mrkirker

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    Thanks for the 'heads-up', ARB.
     
  4. kutaho

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    Cat will eat a young bear in a heart beat, but a full grown male bear will also
    eat one, didn't watch the end, but when i saw the big guy, i suspected that was going to be the gruesome part.
     
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    Dude... try some decaffeinated coffee... Marlin T would never post anything that was tainted towards animal rights movement...

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  6. ARB

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    I don't really bother with animal rights so much...and I don't drink caffiene. I just didn't understand why that would be turned into entertainment with added music and sound effects, almost humanizing it. You can't tell me that is what a bear cub sounds like. I'll watch a cougar and bear fight any day, alnatural.
     
  7. Marlin T

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    It’s quite obvious that you view my posts with distain, so why don’t you put me on your ignore list? That way you won’t have to see any of my links or thoughts, do us both the favor. Same for you Kirk.
     
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    That was cute, Marlin... Thanks

    Mess with the bear and you get the claw! :D


    Crpdeth
     
  9. Tony22-250

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    I was cheering for the cougar!!!
     
  10. kutaho

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    If your going to be a bear, be the big bear. your words ring true crpdth
     
  11. Millwright

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    Hokey bunch'a BS !! Technically interesting though !! >MW
     
  12. Suicide*Ride

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    I was expecting some kind of blood bath!! :eek: That's a clip from a rated-G kids movie! Ya'll whiners need to go somewhere else if that's "soooo bad".... GEEEZE??!!! :confused::mad:

    Marlin T - You shouldn't scare the kiddies like that! :p:D
     
  13. KING64

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    Marlin T, that was a good movie. I have it on an old VHS tape and have watched it several times over the years. Obviously some cinematic license taken but a good flick nevertheless.

    The older of the two hunters in the movie reminds me a great deal of my dad. He was an old time hunter. Hunted the hard way.....no campers, no ATV's, sometimes horses and never much more than a canvas outfitter tent to shield him and his buddies from the snow.

    Oh, just looked. This one was number 500.
     
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    This was an excerpt/clip from a movie about a large male bear that had been wounded and befriended by the cub who's mother was killed by a rock that fell on her as she dug underneath it looking for food. The male bear in real life is a pet and has been in many movies. I have seen the entire movie and it really is one that would be enjoyed by people of all ages. The only hokey part is the sound affects and I don't recall for sure but I think it had a happy ending. In my opinion all you guys should all get off your high horse and apologize to one and other. By the way the photography and outdoor scenes in the movie are the best.

    Ron

    I type so slow there are posts ahead of mine... Oh well.
     
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    with mothers day just around the corner i thought it fit in well.