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I fought a guy that was twisted up on meth. He didn't have any teeth but had somehow chewed his toenails off. I'll take the bear any day!
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I fought a guy that was twisted up on meth. He didn't have any teeth but had somehow chewed his toenails off. I'll take the bear any day!
I do that for a living but not nearly as exciting as a sow bear in White County that didn't like the way I had talked to her cub. I tote a weapon with me whenever in the mountains cause it can happen and I plan to at least put some rounds down range before the hateful wretch bites me through the back of the neck and kills me.

For fun I have spent more days than most among Alaska bears and a North Georgia Sow is the by far the closest I have come to buying the farm.
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