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The Other Coast by Adrian Raeside for April 26, 2021

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    RAGs  5 months ago

    Not nearly “rogue” enough…

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    amethyst52 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Rogue humans.

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    momofalex7  5 months ago

    The bear should have swatted him the first time.

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    Gent  5 months ago

    See, folks? Don’t blame us.

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    Gent  5 months ago

    That’s all I can bears, I can bears no more!

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    Freebyrd1  5 months ago

    If we can’t get them with development we’ll get them with global warming

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    PO' DAWG Premium Member 5 months ago

    Adding insult to injury, they name the subdivision “Bear Creek”

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    Joan Tinnin Premium Member 5 months ago

    Sad truth

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  5 months ago

    The landscape is bear.

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    Zuria Premium Member 5 months ago

    Amendment 2.5: ARM THE BEARS!!

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    Classyladyor  5 months ago

    We must stop taking this madness. Stop taking their homes. Animals are better than humans

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    gopher gofer  5 months ago

    the local ‘solution’ to the problem of bears defending their fast diminishing territory is to shoot any bear that takes a dump in a schoolyard (for example). after they’ve killed all the bears they’ll wonder why nobody sees any bears anymore…

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    missymayfield  5 months ago

    I’m embarrassed to live in Montana these days. Gov’r and Leg’ture have made killing Grizzlies and Bison a sport. trapping wolves (inhumane) legal, while ignoring the problem of ranching near YNP. Simple solution is to not raise useless cattle and sheep near the park.

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    syzygy47  5 months ago

    The bears, deer, crows and mosquitoes are the true indigenous people. The hairless apes (not a racial putdown, just quoting Howard the Duck) are only immigrants, whether by the Mayflower or far earlier across the once frozen Bering Strait.

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    conwaymair  5 months ago

    That is so appropriate, Adrian. It is also true with trail builders in Lions Bay. My husband Rafe would have enjoyed this cartoon in particular. Keep up the grreat work.

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