I want to be reincarnated as a bear.
Don't think I can embed this ...
Found a substitute, seems more complete:
"Hiroshima, Japan— This story raises the question... What do they teach their bears in Japan, than they don't teach over here?
Claude is an Asiatic black bear, living in a zoo in Hiroshima, and he loves to twirl a log. He's become so good at it, that he looks like a baton-twirler. According to the crowds of people who come to the zoo to see Claude, he can spend hours twirling his stick. He's been obsessed with it since he came to the zoo 6 years ago. There was a lull in his performances for awhile, but he's picked up the habit again. The zoo has prepared 15 sticks, all about 4 feet long, for Claude to amuse himself with.
Claude was brought to the zoo, when his mother was caught in a trap in the woods, and killed".
and now the bear is stressed out of his mind.
god please, let this story end with a spectator being eaten....or beaten to death with a "baton".
bears too ^_^ he's so cute!
Edit: Justin's link - "These bears, which have lived and loved and lost as much as their owners, have suffered and endured through it all. It is by virtue of revealing their inner core might we better understand our own." Yessssss what top-tier BSing! That said... I like bears.
I like the bear that got Tim Treadwell.
Not really...well maybe. I don't know.
I don't know why, But I keep thinking of that one guy from "Genji dawn of the samuria"
The huge 7 foot Monk,
somebody get that bear into a motion capture room!
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...60#post1634260-my sketchbook link.
Omg! It's samurai bear!
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