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    Wyoming Bear Tragedy

    This is a very sad story about a bear. Everybody should heed the warnings not to feed wildlife because they become dependent and don't forage for themselves any longer. It is such a tragedy to see what has been done to our country's wildlife! The photo below captures a disturbing trend that is beginning to affect U.S. wildlife.



    Animals that formerly were self-sufficient are now showing signs of belonging to the Democrat Party.. They have apparently learned to just sit and wait for the government to step in and provide for their care and sustenance. This photo is of a black bear in Wyoming turned Democrat, he's nicknamed Bearack Acorn Obearma. It is believed that he has become a campground organizer.

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    LMFAO!!!

    I just launched Dr. Pepper through my nostrils accross the room.... thanks for the warning!
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    He does not look American.......call ICE
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    Quote Originally Posted by zack991 View Post
    He does not look American.......call ICE
    Sure he does. He looks Ursus americanus!

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    Lmao

    I am sure he is an anti!

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    A bear tried to attack a neighbors dogs one day that I was living in West Virginia. That was the best tasting meat I have ever eaten. I hope that someday again I can eat a fresh killed bears tenderloins, never frozen. Was cooked up like a roast in its own juices with potatoes, carrots, and green beans. Pulled apart like string cheese, no forks or knives were needed. Even slow cooled it on a wood and coal stove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stainless1911 View Post
    A bear tried to attack a neighbors dogs one day that I was living in West Virginia. That was the best tasting meat I have ever eaten. I hope that someday again I can eat a fresh killed bears tenderloins, never frozen. Was cooked up like a roast in its own juices with potatoes, carrots, and green beans. Pulled apart like string cheese, no forks or knives were needed. Even slow cooled it on a wood and coal stove.
    I imagine it would taste similar to raccoon. If so I'm ready to selflessly help stem the tide of any bear attack.

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    Never had raccoon, it was like a heavier roast beef, only better.

    I wondered why we don't replace all the food cows, and start raising bear. We could have McBeargers instead. lol

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    I've heard rumors Obearma was spotted foraging for scraps in Republican campgrounds last week...
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    Quote Originally Posted by stainless1911 View Post
    Never had raccoon, it was like a heavier roast beef, only better.

    I wondered why we don't replace all the food cows, and start raising bear. We could have McBeargers instead. lol
    That's a fair description of raccoon.

    In Russia it is supposedly common to have bear burgers. If I were to make Bear burgers I'd either go with 0% fat or use pig fat.

    Now I'm getting hungry...

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    Me too. lol

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