Polar Bears Are Coming to Eat You


Yes, 2014 was the hottest year on record, and watch out for hungry polar bears.

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  1. c u n d gulag  •  Jan 5, 2015 @12:31 pm

    We are living right now in another mass extinction – plant and animal species all over the planet are dying out.

    And we humans are the likely culprits causing this mass extinction.

    If the polar bears were smart, they’d only eat conservatives – then, if they ate enough of them, they might stand a chance at survival.
    But, of course, those ignorant and bigoted vermin have a lot of vermin in them – so, the bears might not survive the meal.

  2. grannyeagle  •  Jan 5, 2015 @2:44 pm

    Scary story. Personally, I think humans should stay out of areas like that but that’s just me. On the other hand, I like the idea of them eating the conservatives but I suspect they don’t taste very good, probably sour and bitter. And they definitely wouldn’t leave their safe, comfy hangouts.
    Mass extinction, definitely, probably including humans.

  3. maha  •  Jan 5, 2015 @5:01 pm

    I have a long-standing policy of avoiding large, carnivorous animals; the only one I ever encountered in the wild was an alligator. I’ve encountered lots of snakes, but if you’re paying attention and avoid stepping on them you’ll be okay. Snakes don’t chase you and try to bite your head off.

  4. Doug  •  Jan 5, 2015 @11:11 pm

    maha – sounds like you are nursing an old grudge against ‘gators.. tsk, tsk

  5. maha  •  Jan 6, 2015 @12:03 am

    Doug — I had a two-year-old with me at the time, and the gator was not small. I kept hold of the baby and kept my distance.

  6. Swami  •  Jan 6, 2015 @12:01 am

    Well, I came face to face with a cornered possum..Whoa dude!!!! Scared the shit out of me.

  7. maha  •  Jan 6, 2015 @12:08 am

    OK, so if we’re counting possums, them too. Also years ago I was renting the bottom floor of a two-story house, and in the night a full grown raccoon came down the chimney, got into the bedroom (why it didn’t go for the kitchen I can’t imagine), and woke me up when it knocked over the lamp on the nightstand. There’s more to that story, but it’s late. 🙂

  8. Swami  •  Jan 6, 2015 @12:25 am

    gulag.. you don’t give a dog aspirin and you don’t feed a polar bear a conservative.. Well, maybe you can give a polar bear a conservative as a chew toy, but don’t let them eat ’em. It could cause a toxic reaction. septicemia?

  9. grannyeagle  •  Jan 6, 2015 @4:57 pm

    At one point in my life, I lived in a little cabin in the mountains above Santa Barbara. I had cats and a cat door. I didn’t close the door at night and also left dry food out for them all the time. One night I woke up to hear this awful racket in the kitchen. I got up and found 2 huge raccoons munching on the cat food. When they saw me, they ran out. So, I learned my lesson and kept the cat door closed at night.
    Also, at one point, there was a big cat that was coming down from the high country and killing some of the pets people had. I was working evenings and came home from work around midnight. I had a detached garage and was always a little scared walking from the garage to the house but I never saw the cat. The cat was eventually caught and killed. It always seems to end that way, an innocent creature gets killed for the convenience of humans.