View Full Version : Awww... he just wants a nice teddy bear as a pet...
09-11-2003, 08:28 AM
Before you click the link, be warned the story contains
the tale of a stupid idiotic moron who harms an animal in a most inhumane way (http://www.canada.com/ottawa/story.asp?id=BC0FA8F3-2701-4909-8708-99C934DB7B8D) :eek:
I'm stunned. The worst part is that he claims he'll do it again, "If I get a chance, I'll do it again. I think a bear would make a good pet." The cunttrumpet also took pictures of himself running over the bear cub with a jetski so he could give them to the local paper. Thought it would make a good photo op.
I can't even write straight.
What a moron. :mad:
09-11-2003, 09:20 AM
This is disgusting- there is something terribly wrong with this idiot.
09-11-2003, 09:53 AM
I should correct my earlier statement: the picture he took was of the cub on the jetski, not of him running over it (which would have been darn difficult to do).
Still, what a moron.
09-11-2003, 09:56 AM
What I find most disgusting, besides the act itself, is that he may get a $2000CAD fine, and hasn't been charged with anything!
I hope his community tars and feathers him.
09-11-2003, 09:58 AM
This, IMO, is the saddest part of the article:
and the bear cub is now making home alone some 60 kilometres from where he last saw his family.
Why couldn't they bring the bear back to where he was initially taken and see if they could find his mom? Is seven months anywhere near old enough for him to be out on his own?
Cocksocket. Hope they find a lengthy list of things to charge him with.
09-11-2003, 10:03 AM
"I think a bear would make a good pet."
What a moron! This guy shouldn't even have a goldfish, let alone a fucking bear! Jesus!
09-11-2003, 10:21 AM
It's obvious he didn't think things through
He also said he wanted to keep the bear out of the village to spare children from being attacked.
Now, tell me asswipe, how taming a bear will keep it out of the village ? Isn't it more likely that being used to being around humans, he will be more liekly togo in the village. And what about the people ? How would they be able to recognize the tame bear from a wild one ? Isn't it also more likely that children used to the tame bear would be less wary about a wild one ?
No shit. The dumbass took the bear out of the woods to keep him in town where "... from my point of view, it's one less bear in town where there are kids at school."
Pure D Dumbass!
"I was never mean to the bear. There was a couple of times I wanted to hit him over the head with a pipe or something but I didn't do that," Mr. Ryan said.
You deserve a metal. 50 calibur ought to do it and right in the head of your tulip.
Woodsman my ass.
09-11-2003, 10:39 AM
I hope the mommy finds him, all alone, in the deep woods.
I hope the mommy finds it's cub too.
09-11-2003, 10:55 AM
What a fucking asshole. No, a bear would not make a good pet. A bear is a WILD ANIMAL.
09-11-2003, 11:13 AM
Thank you, thank you, thank you Elenfair for pitting this jerk. I was so mad reading this in my paper this morning.
I hate retaliations, but when you harm an animal, part of me really wants to inflict pain on you. I began to wish a 7 month old cub was more able to defend itself - like with its teeth. Maybe a large hole in your arm would teach you that bears do not make good pets (but I doubt it would stop you, you idiot.) And for the record, I doubt this "pet" would have been well-treated.
I don't think the fine is near enough of a punishment, I think he should be charged with something, but I don't think "stupidity" is against the law ... yet.
I too wish that they'd dropped the bear off at a location closer to home and family.
Did anyone else see the footage of the black bear shot with a tranquilizer gun, who fell onto a trampoline and *bounced*! It survived, and is fine, apparently. It's copyrighted material, so I won't link to it. It was the most amazing thing I'd seen all week. In a weird way.
Until this morning, this was amazing in a horrible way ... grrr, what an idiot.
09-11-2003, 11:15 AM
I hope a bunch of people would get him, tie him up, and dunk him in water several times...you know....to deplete him of energy.
Not to mention run him over with a jet ski a few times.
09-11-2003, 11:15 AM
On the contrary, I think we should give him a medal for being kind to animals:"I was never mean to the bear. There was a couple of times I wanted to hit him over the head with a pipe or something but I didn't do that," Mr. Ryan said.What a guy. Truly he is an example to us all.
09-11-2003, 12:30 PM
I hope the bear does come back to his house as he originally planed.. except it would be at night while he's asleep.
Better yet the bear dunks Dorkus's head into the toilet bowl several times you know just to tire him out.
It would be real cool if the Bear learned how to drive a jet ski so he can drag this tool around.
09-11-2003, 01:14 PM
This man is an idiot and should be set free in Yellowstone with a dead salmon stapled to his back. I'm furious that he's not being charged with any crime and might get a fine. ARG!
Here's hoping that the next cub's mother is quicker to react. Of course then the bear will be shot as a danger to humans...
09-11-2003, 04:45 PM
Just... just... WTF???? :eek:
I think this (http://www.fapaq.gouv.qc.ca/en/index1.htm) is the website for "Quebec's wildlife protection squad". If I can find an address I'll mail them. Later. I don't have the words for this right now. :mad:
09-11-2003, 04:50 PM
What a tool. I posted about this fuckin' idiot at fuckinidiots (http://fuckinidiots.blogspot.com/).
09-11-2003, 06:45 PM
Aww that man is an idiot... really hope he gets charged with something, tool!
I feell the same way as bob though, why didnt they bring the cub back to the river where his mom and sibling was? Thats really sad that hes on his own now :(
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