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#44 - PlagueDoctor
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(11/16/2013) [-]
Call me dark, but one day this is going to end badly.
User avatar #173 to #44 - vivalavidya
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(11/17/2013) [-]
It's always the way, unfortunately.
People get too confident and forget that they are genuinely dangerous animals.

Source: That dude that thought he could live with bears, countless zoo keepers in the news, Steve Irwin
#126 to #44 - arstya
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(11/16/2013) [-]
But It'll be a pretty sweet ride up until that point.
User avatar #110 to #44 - Stamyham
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(11/16/2013) [-]
Meh. Maybe not. Bears are naturally scavengers, and really have about as many predatory instincts as wild dogs do, which is to say few to none. The only differences are size, potential danger, and breeding. Dogs are bred to be pets, so the instincts they did have were bred out generations ago. Bears haven't been bred like that.
So sure, dangerous. But not much more dangerous than an untrained/poorly bred dog.
#90 to #44 - dylancn
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