Brutus, the pet grizzly bear

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+4 1. DarkiKun commented 13 years ago

that is quite an awesome pet =O
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+28 2. FatHorse commented 13 years ago

If I was the bear, I'd eat that guy just to get some action with that hot wife of his...! >:)
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+11 3. danieloleinad commented 13 years ago

woouuu nice pet grizzly bear ..how training..i need one - bro you are mi hero :p
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+19 4. TrollyAtsam commented 13 years ago

What happens when he runs out of candy? :S
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+9 6. Burimi commented 13 years ago

And I was asking myself where I saw them?
Of course i filmed them by the river.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoApEyKHYy8&feature=related
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+4 7. Zebulun commented 13 years ago

It's all fun and games until your pet bear bites your head off.
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-3 8. 2876065 commented 13 years ago

Another misguided idiot who believes he can domesticate a wild animal. Keep feeding him buddy, because the day that you run out of food, will be the day that your 'pet' decides to eat you. Schmuck! :|
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+1 9. dushan commented 13 years ago

#6 don't forget mate, we are also guided by animal instincts, do you think our so called "civilisation" will survive any global food related disaster?
how much time will it take in that situation for "civilized human beings" to become "wild animals"?
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+6 10. irishgek commented 13 years ago

#8 < Another misguided idiot who makes comments with only half the information and half a brain , you should get a job for fox news.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1174259/Meet-Brutus-800lb-grizzly-bear-likes-eat-meals-dinner-table.html

"Anderson's relationship with Brutus began seven years ago when the cub was taken to an over-populated nature reserve and faced being destroyed"

Full story with lots of nice pictures.
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+2 11. wongraven commented 13 years ago

Thanks for link irishgek !! I think this will work out for the big bear !

Great vid !
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-2 12. 2876065 commented 13 years ago

#9. "Lots of nice pictures". If only you had half a brain, but I doubt you can even manage that.

The link you give just reinforces how you and many others are suckered into believing that a wild animal can become a safe family pet, just because of 'lots of nice pictures'. That proves nothing, as a moment's investigation would reveal:

How about this:

The Horrific Mauling of St. James Davis by Chimps
According to this Esquire piece, St. James Davis was brutally attacked by two chimps at a sanctuary, after he and his wife arrived for a visit to celebrate the 39th birthday of Moe, the chimp they had kept as a pet for years. While Moe watched horrified from a cage, Davis was bowled over, had an eye gouged out, lost several fingers, and had his nose, lips and even teeth chewed off. One of the primates sunk his teeth into his skull while another bit his genitals off. Even a .45 couldn't stop the attack... until it was fired at very close range. Today Davis is severely disfigured and confined to a wheelchair.

or this:

August 2006, Chicago: A 14-year-old girl was hospitalized after a pet rhesus macaque monkey escaped from a cage. The girl's arm was reportedly "bitten to the bone."

or this:

10-Year-Old Girl Killed by Family Pet
In another tragic tiger encounter, a 10-year-old girl helping her stepfather groom a big cat died after the tiger clamped her head in its jaws. "No big cat can be tamed or trained to be a safe, trustworthy actor or companion," claims an HSUS spokesperson. "No matter how long you've had the animal, or how well he's behaved in the past, every moment spent in direct contact with a lion or tiger brings with it the risk of injury or death for the human handler or owner." Perhaps 15,000 people keep lions, tigers, cougars and other big cats as pets.

I could go on, but maybe by now you get the message? Cretin.
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+3 13. 01nvr commented 13 years ago

1.35 "Look I'm riding a furry tractor" ;)
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-3 14. Premtm commented 13 years ago

I paused the video when I saw his wife and never looked further.......... :P
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+3 15. librabooks commented 13 years ago

#12 My favourite line from "Anchorman"!! :P
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+5 16. mashkalji commented 13 years ago

man: this bear is my best friend!
bear: this man is my emergency food!
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+1 17. silly_sy commented 13 years ago

33 is to old for a teddy bear lol
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+2 18. z810707 commented 13 years ago

And one day the bear will have a bad day and, whoops! No more human!
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+1 19. willem57 commented 13 years ago

But.... Can he cook? >:)
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+3 20. mal2751 commented 13 years ago

AAHHH, very sweet...
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+1 21. ZENZING commented 13 years ago

@ 12

I could make a list of humans saved by animals.
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0 22. cyberdevil commented 12 years ago

Awesome :)