Skip to comments.HURT: Watch out for Mama Grizzly Palin’s bite
Posted on 06/15/2011 8:33:43 AM PDT by radioone
You dont exactly have to be Grizzly Adams to know that if you go out to shoot an Alaskan bear, there is one rule that rises above all others. Whatever you do, just dont wound the bear.
Kill it, miss it, dont shoot, run and hide, whatever. But if you hit it, you better kill it. Because the last thing you want coming after you is an angry wounded Alaskan bear with nothing to lose.
This is particularly true of the famed mother grizzly bears of which Sarah Palin has warned us Lower 48ers about.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
I can’t wait for this movie to come out. I certainly hope they show it in my area.
"...Even funnier to watch are the professional Republicans who have had such heartburn ever since the Mama Grizzly was invited into their country club, causing scenes and tipping over cocktail carts with her wide swagger..."
That's good stuff!
and whatever you do do not coat it with teflon by going on witch hunts
Mama Grizzly was invited into their country club....
I wondered about that, but couldn’t remember when that Ever happened.
Ping a ding aling :) Pretty good article
That's what I tell my liberal friends, anyhows...
“...Black Bear feces is smaller and contains berries and squirl fur. Grizzley Bear Feces has little bells in it and smells like pepper.”
It’s a punch line for a sing at Fort Steel Camp Ground.
Who has the skill to get a picture of Sarah and combine it w/one of the grizzly pictures here and make it morph from her face to the bear face and back again? That would be awesome!!!!
Forget the teeth, they are for smiling, while the unseen claws in the pic disembowels her antagonists.
I’m surprised you didn’t say dip your fingertips in jam before you stroke ;-)
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