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UER Forum > Archived UE Main > Spring Hazard Alert (Viewed 1954 times)
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Spring Hazard Alert
< on 5/1/2008 9:29 PM >
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Some advice to explorers thinking of heading north . . .

Make sure you use the 'buddy-system' when you are exploring abandoned DEW radar stations . . .
ALSO - remember which pocket you put the frigg'n keys in ! !













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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 1 on 5/1/2008 9:37 PM >
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nice... was the last picture too graphic to post?

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 2 on 5/1/2008 9:48 PM >
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Explorers should also remember the "Urban Exploration and Weapons" thread.

If the man pictured would have remembered his 12 gauge, he would have himself a very nice new rug.

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 3 on 5/2/2008 2:31 AM >
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Posted by Ram23
Explorers should also remember the "Urban Exploration and Weapons" thread.

If the man pictured would have remembered his 12 gauge, he would have himself a very nice new rug.


Hmm, While I agree that a 12 gauge would be effective I definitely prefer the sheer visceral thrill of boxing polar bears when we cross paths.


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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 4 on 5/2/2008 3:56 AM >
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a twelve gage at close range would just annoy Mr. Polar Bear.
Polar bears may look cute and cuddly and make great Coke commercials, but they are the fiercest of the bear family, even more so than the kodiak or grizzly bear.

made for a good picture, though.

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 5 on 5/2/2008 4:20 AM >
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Er... Who was taking the pictures if not the man's buddy (as I surmise from the changing angles, it must be some guy, or maybe the dude is just a vacuous moron who set up two camcorders facing his truck for some reason)? I assume he was laughing his ass off at all this.

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 6 on 5/2/2008 11:48 AM >
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Posted by Sestet
Er... Who was taking the pictures if not the man's buddy (as I surmise from the changing angles, it must be some guy, or maybe the dude is just a vacuous moron who set up two camcorders facing his truck for some reason)? I assume he was laughing his ass off at all this.


We were all parked near the river next to the abandoned Mid-Canada line (or McFill Fence line) radar station at Winisk, Ontario.
(19550's)
Along with us was 'Bob' who was a contract surveyor doing a job for DND.

Up the river bank come the biggest polar bear I've seen for years and starts chasing Bob around his truck all because he buried his keys in an inside pocket and could not get to it. (why lock something up in butt-f@rrk Ontario ? ?).

After we promptly pissed ourselves laughing from the safety of our truck, we threw someone's lunch out the window and took the bear away from Bob. Bob got back in and we waited for the next 45 minutes until the bear lost interest and went away before we could get back into the radar station.

(I dunno . . . could have happened ?)



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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 7 on 5/2/2008 12:07 PM >
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The buddy system works great so long as you pick a buddy who's slower than you.

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 8 on 5/2/2008 12:37 PM >
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Posted by PhotoSeeker
The buddy system works great so long as you pick a buddy who's slower than you.


"you dont have to out run the bear, you just need to out run your buddy"

i would just teleport the bear to the sahara, or to an island in the middle of no where
[last edit 5/2/2008 12:38 PM by nohbdy - edited 1 times]

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 9 on 5/2/2008 12:45 PM >
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Posted by Samurai
a twelve gage at close range would just annoy Mr. Polar Bear.
Polar bears may look cute and cuddly and make great Coke commercials, but they are the fiercest of the bear family, even more so than the kodiak or grizzly bear.

made for a good picture, though.

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They're smart, very fast, and extremely powerful. Not something to mess with, or kill for that matter; it's their home range, people are the invaders.

It amazes me that people think these creatures are "tame" and some even try to pet them. They're beautiful animals that deserve respect.


Posted by CopySix


We were all parked near the river next to the abandoned Mid-Canada line (or McFill Fence line) radar station at Winisk, Ontario.
http://www.lswilson.ca/winisk7.jpg (19550's)
Along with us was 'Bob' who was a contract surveyor doing a job for DND.

Up the river bank come the biggest polar bear I've seen for years and starts chasing Bob around his truck all because he buried his keys in an inside pocket and could not get to it. (why lock something up in butt-f@rrk Ontario ? ?).

After we promptly pissed ourselves laughing from the safety of our truck, we threw someone's lunch out the window and took the bear away from Bob. Bob got back in and we waited for the next 45 minutes until the bear lost interest and went away before we could get back into the radar station.

(I dunno . . . could have happened ?)




Scary/funny pics CopySix, wild stuff! Very cool!!!
Lock your truck Bob, aaa, a Polar Bear might try to steal it...
Too fucking funny.

Glad to hear no one, including the bear, were killed.
He got his lunch free that day, cold cuts, but he wanted a hot meal


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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 10 on 5/2/2008 1:18 PM >
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But look! They're so cuddly!





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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 11 on 5/2/2008 1:38 PM >
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I've been wrong before... you first

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 12 on 5/2/2008 3:21 PM >
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Posted by Avatar-X
But look! They're so cuddly!




meanwhile the wolf is going, "holy fuck holy fuck oh shit holy fuck oh shit oh shit!!!!!"
and the bear is going, "uh huh huh huh uh huh huh huh... i will love him and pet him and call him george! uh huh huh huh!"


[last edit 5/2/2008 3:21 PM by Samurai - edited 2 times]

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 13 on 5/2/2008 3:35 PM >
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Heee, aww, but it's a Husky, not a wolf

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 14 on 5/2/2008 3:55 PM >
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Posted by Avatar-X
Heee, aww, but it's a Husky, not a wolf


lol... they're so hard to tell apart.



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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 15 on 5/2/2008 6:27 PM >
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did the puppy live?

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 16 on 5/2/2008 10:42 PM >
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Polar bears always look like they're smiling. It's hard to be intimidating when you have a goofy grin on your face.

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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 17 on 5/2/2008 10:46 PM >
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Posted by Ram23
Polar bears always look like they're smiling. It's hard to be intimidating when you have a goofy grin on your face.


Well they do find a way.

If I were in the arctic(or the Island) and found myslef face to face with a Polarbear, I would be a f/64(in my butthole)



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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 18 on 5/2/2008 10:55 PM >
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Posted by David Dong


Well they do find a way.

If I were in the arctic(or the Island) and found myslef face to face with a Polarbear, I would be a f/64(in my butthole)




I'd probably go from.. "Heh, it's smiling at me..." to "arglglg" in a matter of seconds, as well.

I'd also like to take back what I said about smiling and not being intimidating:



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Re: Spring Hazard Alert
<Reply # 19 on 5/2/2008 11:36 PM >
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Posted by nohbdyshome
did the puppy live?


Yeah, a photographer noticed the bear would come and play with the dog every so often, and you can see a video of them playing together gently.

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